BREAKING: Songne Yacouba left out of Kotoko's 30-man squad for Champions League Featured
24 Jul

BREAKING: Songne Yacouba left out of Kotoko's 30-man squad for Champions League

The Burkinabé import has been omitted from Porcupine Warriors lads team for their CAF Champions League campaign, Kickgh.com can exclusively report.

Asante Kotoko have excluded Songne Yacouba from their 30-man squad submitted to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for the Champions League next month.
 
The 28-year-old was left out by the technical team of Asante Kotoko following his late arrival for their preseason exercise.
 
Kickgh.com can exclusively reveal that the former Stade Malien striker is currently in his native country, Burkina Faso.
 
Earlier this month, Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako said in an interview that the service of the 28-year-old is no more needed at his outfit.
 
Kickgh.com understands that the Porcupine Warriors are willing to sell Yacouba following the arrival of George Abege, Augustine Okrah and Richard Arthur.
 
It is believed that Al Hilal, Zamalek and Orlando Pirates have expressed interest in signing the Burkina Faso international in the ongoing transfer window.
 
Yacouba scored two goals with five assists in his eight appearances for Asante Kotoko in their CAF Confederation Cup campaign last season.
 
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