The anticipated move of former national star, Mohammed Gargo to Real Tamale United however remained an unfinished move, maybe it would be revived next season.
Gargo, who left the Pride of the North at the tender age of 16 was touted as a possible signing for RTU in the second round of the league.
Fans of the bottom-placed club became excited over the prospect of having in their fold, a player of Gargo’s repute after a seventeen year absence.
Gargo, left RTU after an impressive outing for Ghana’s junior national team, the Black Starlets in 1991.
The midfielder was expected to have played a leadership role in the club who now lie bottom of the sixteen-club table.
However, that excitement has to die down as checks has revealed that the former Black Stars midfielder was not signed on by Real Tamale United.
Irrespective of Gargo’s no show, the name Isaac Vorsah dominated the second transfer window opened by the Ghana Football Association.
Isaac Vorsah’s move from Gamba All Blacks to Asante Kotoko in a deal reportedly worth 300 million cedis for a player making his premiership debut topped the pack in the January transfer window on the domestic front.
The young defender’s value had risen to an appreciable level after first getting a call up into the junior national sides and secondly the monitoring of senior national team coach, Claude Le Roy.
However, the scramble for Vorsah’s signature, which was a battle between Asante Kotoko and AshantiGold in the end dominated the January transfer period which ended last Friday.
Other moves occurred as Hearts of Oak welcomed back Charles Taylor but could not tie a deal with Ishmael Addo while Emmanuel Osei Kuffour finally secured a move to join his boyhood team, Asante Kotoko.
Heart of Lions also had striker, Sadat Bukari returning to the club’s fold.