Asante Kotoko agree on a deal to sell defender Ibrahim Imoro to Sudanese giants, Al Hilal

Sudanese giants, Al Hilal Omdurman have agreed a deal to sign Ibrahim Imoro from Asante Kotoko.

According to a report by Joy Sports, the left back is joining the side for a fee worth $410,000.

The promising defender is expected to undergo a mandatory medical on Tuesday, August 2 with the Sudanese club before the deal is finalised.

Imoro, who scored two goals and provided more than eight assists in the league last season will pocket $10,000 per month.

Al Hilal will pay an initial fee of $150,000 upfront for the 22-year-old.

However, that fee could rise to the region of $400,000 should the 2021/22 Sudan Premier League winners and Imoro reach some achievements.

The most significant chunk of the add-on fee will be paid to Kotoko if Al Hilal Club wins the CAF Champions League with Imoro playing a notable role.

The former Karela United defender joined the Porcupine Warriors in 2019 and helped the team win the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League title by providing the most assists.

Imoro recently traveled with the Black Galaxies to Benin as the team progressed to the final round of the CHAN qualifiers.

Source: Modern Ghana