Bechem chief executive Nana Kwame Nketia says the club bankrolled by the cash of Ernest Kyeremeh want to make the former Feyernood Rotterdam midfielder they key man next season.
Bechem were outstanding in their first season in Ghana football but know consolidation will be the key thing in their second season.
Yet it is highly unlikely Kotoko will be willing to let Opoku, one of the best creative players in the League leave.
Bechem like most clubs have been quick off the blocks in the transfer market with so little time between the completion of the last season and the proposed start date for the next one.
The Professional League Board have set October 4th as the start date of the new season and clubs have been already involved in frantic transfer activity.
Asante Kotoko and Hearts have been linked with almost every player who shone in the last season while other reports like Bechem are set for their own swoop.