Defending Champions, Medeama Sporting Club made some key changes in their squad for the remaining matches of the Total Energies CAF Champions League games against Al Ahly of Egypt and CR Beliouzdad of Algeria, MTN FA Cup and the Ghana Premier League.
In the second transfer window, Medeama Sporting Club signed four players and parted ways with two. Two out of the four players signed were strikers, they signed a midfielder and one defender as well.
Medeama Sporting Club’s first signing was former Liberty Professionals Football Club, Obuasi Ashanti Gold Sporting Club, and Bibiani Gold Stars Sporting Club versatile midfielder Michael Kwasi Enu on a free transfer after contract expiry at Bibiani Gold Stars Sporting Club. Michael Kwasi Enu failed to extend his contract with Bibiani Gold Stars Sporting Club after both parties failed to agree on personal terms. The 26-year-old lanky midfielder signed for the Yellow and Mauves for the next three years keeping him until 2026.
Former Left back, Sulemana Fatawu also joined Medeama Sporting Club on a three-year deal to replace Abdul Fatawu Hamid who is currently in with the Black Stars of Ghana in Ivory Coast for the 34th edition of the Africa Cup of Nations. Fatawu Sulemana left Medeama Sporting Club ahead of the second round of the 2022/23 season of the Ghana Premier League to Al Merrikh of Sudan. However, he rejoined Medeama Sporting Club on a free transfer after contract termination with the Sudanese giants.
Also, Medeama Sporting Club won the race for the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League Top Scorer Diwiase Taylor. Despite a tough chase from Bibiani Gold Stars Sporting Club for the former Karela United Football Club striker, the defending champions of the Ghana Premier League managed to capture the signature of the 24-year-old forward. Diawiase Taylor previously played for Future Stars in the Egyptian Premier League.
Burkinabe forward Ben Sidibe Daouda was the last player to join Medeama Sporting Club in the second transfer window, He previously played for RC Kadiogo and was part of their team that eliminated Asante Kotoko Sporting Club for the CAF Champions League prelims.
Also, a couple of young talents from lower tiers joined the Yellow and Mauves.
For departures, veteran defender Vincent Addae Atingah left Medeama Sporting Club after contract expiry. He guided them to win their first-ever Ghana Premier League title and also helped them to qualify for the group stages of the CAF Champions League in the debut campaign. Vincent Addae Atingah joined Bibiani Gold Stars Sporting Club in the second transfer window.
Medeama Sporting Club also parted ways mutually with defender Richard Akrofi after nine months of joining and midfielder Agyei Boakye.
After the Africa Cup of Nations, Medeama Sporting Club will host the Red Devils of Al Ahly at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on February 24, 2024, in the CAF Champions League and later travel to Algeria to face CR Beloiuzdad. Medeama Sporting Club needs a win over Al Ahly Sporting Club to stand a better position to qualify for the quarter-finals of the CAF Champions League.