Medeama, the reigning champions of Ghana, have firmly shut the door on the possibility of parting ways with their in-form striker, Jonathan Sowah, in the upcoming transfer window. Sowah played a pivotal role in Medeama’s historic Ghana Premier League triumph last season, contributing with crucial goals that propelled the Yellow and Mauves to success.
Dr. Tony Aubynn, the Board Chairman of Medeama, acknowledged the heightened interest in Sowah from clubs in Egypt and Europe. Despite this attention, Dr. Aubynn emphasized that, at present, the club has no intention of transferring the prolific striker. In an interview with OnTime Sport, he stated, “Now, we do not want the player transferred to any club, but perhaps in the future, we will think about it.”
Dr. Aubynn underscored Sowah’s significance as a powerful force for the team, making it clear that there is no predetermined price tag for selling the player. He dispelled any notion of ongoing negotiations between Medeama and Al Ahly, one of the reported interested parties, and revealed that interest in Sowah extends to multiple clubs, both from Egypt and Europe.
“There are no negotiations between Medeama and Al Ahly regarding Jonathan Sowah, and we have several clubs interested in the player, including Egyptian and European clubs,” affirmed Dr. Aubynn.
Jonathan Sowah, a Black Stars forward, not only played a crucial role in securing Medeama’s maiden Ghana Premier League title but has also showcased his abilities on the continental stage, leaving an indelible mark in the CAF Champions League. As speculation swirls around his future, Medeama remains resolute in retaining their prized asset.