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Esperance duo in contract talks

25 February 2015, 11:18

Tunis - Tunisian giants Esperance have decided to start negotiations with two of their players, Harrison Afful and Ahmed Akaichi, to extend their contracts, SuperSport reports.

Afful's contract will expire by the end of this season while Akaichi's contract expires at the end of the next season.

According to Tunisian media, Blood and Gold have decided to start discussions with both players with the hope that they will decide to stay with the club for more seasons.

Also read: Esperance unveils Super Eagles striker

Afful had asked Esperance for an increase in his wage if they want him to stay, while Akaichi wants to try his luck in Europe.

The Ghanaian international player was close to joining to Al Wahda of UAE before the move fell through at the last minute.

Also read: SuperSport.

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