West Africa Football Academy (WAFA ) midfield sensation Majeed Ashimeru has left the country for Belgium where he will under a week trial with an unnamed side, the club confirmed.
Majeed, who does not turn 20 until 10th October this year has been one of the best performers for WAFA who for the first time in their premier league league history has emerged as strong contenders for the league title this season occupying the second place on 43 points having played two games less after Week 24.
“As I speak to you now Majeed has left for Belgium where he will have a one week trial. We will know the next line of action after the one week. ” George Ofosuhene the spokesperson for the club told Metro FM on Monday.
“We have always indicated that once the offers are good for our players, we will sell and we always replace them well and you can check over the years how we have replaced our departed players. We do not rely on certain players. Our philosophy is to always produce talents” Ofosuhene who also represents the club on the PLB added.
Sources withing the club have told us there are still more players who are likely to leave even before the current league season will end.
WAFA previously known as Gomoa Fetteh Feyenoord is Ghana’s biggest academy and the first and only academy to play in the country’s highest league.
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