Ghana international Kwame Bonsu is reportedly set to make a move to an unnamed club in the Chinese Super League, Ghanasoccernet revealed.
Bonsu who previously plied his trade for Asante Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League has been tipped to join the Chinese side in the January transfer window after reports emerged that Esperance Tunis are in advanced negotiation talks.
The 25-year-old has been an outstanding player for the Tunisian giants after being a prominent feature for the side and playing a key role in their CAF Champions League success this season.
Bonsu returned to his native Ghana in 2018 after he spent time with various clubs in Sweden before he joined Asante Kotoko.
He was one of the key players under the tutelage of head coach C.K Akonnor who inspired Kotoko to win the Normalisation Cup as well as reach the group stages of the Confederation Cup - he also earned his first-ever call up to the Ghana national team at the time.
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