Cameroon International, Etta Bawak Thomas has confirmed being in talks with Ghana Premier League new boys, Real Tamale United (RTU).
The Cotonsport de Garoua first class defender said he is motivated by the fact that Ghanaian Legend, Abedi Pele played for the ‘Pride of the North’.
“Yes I am in contact with the Club, it is a historic club. Abedi Pele played for the badge, but for now, I can’t provide further comment on the situation,” Bawak told sports website, kick442.com in Cameroon.
RTU are in talks with Etta Bawak to pen down a three-year contract.
The 27-year old full-back who is out of contract with Coton Sport FC de Garoua helped the club land their 16th domestic crown last Wednesday following a 3-1 win against APEJES of Mfou in his 25th and final game of the season.
The former DAC2000 full-back has been one of the most exciting defenders in Cameroon in the last five seasons. Bawak, once of the Olympic team and even preselected in the senior team in 2016, Under coach Hugo Broos is an integral part of the current Intermediate Lions team under coach Yves Clement Arroga.
Switching to Real Tamale United will provide a first real opportunity for the player abroad and in Ghana, though the strong full-back previously played against Asante Kotoko in the CAF Confederation in the 2018/2019 season.
Real Tamale United have returned to the Ghana Premier League for the first time in eight years and the team is at the heart of preparations for the new season expected to kick-off on October 29.
The former Under-23 international for Cameroon played 86 games in local and international competitions during his three year stay at Cotonsport of Garoua.
Story: Justice Sports