Kotoko will not hesitate to make more signings following strings of recent poor outings.
The Reds are already enduring a tough season with series of bad results, the most recent being a home defeat at the hands of Sudanese giants Al Hilal in the CAF Champions League.
Al Hilal defeated the Porcupine Warriors 1-0 in the first leg of the CAF Champions League leaving Kotoko with no option than to win in Sudan to book a place at the Group stage.
The team’s bad performance had already seen Coach Maxwell Konadu losing his job at the Club.
Having made a couple of acquisitions prior to the start of the season with the arrival of Brazilian Fabio Gama who is yet to kick a ball, Emmanuel Keyekeh, Latif Anabila, Razak Abalora Patrick Asmah amongst others, reports claim Management are still willing to break the bank and bring in new players when the transfer window opens.
Kotoko before the start of the season lost key midfielder Justice Blay as well as Maxwell Baakoh.
Augustine Okrah who began the season with the Club also left to join Moroccan Club AS Berkane.