Kotoko CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah is planning on implementing a policy to have GHC5,000 as the minimum wage for players at the Club.
A proposal is said to have been submitted to the Board suggesting that the least paid player at the Club would receive GHC5,000.
The plan will also see players not receiving any signing on fees but rather have them spread over in addition to their monthly salaries during their time with the Club.
This is an attempt to enhance player remuneration which could ultimately reduce the level of player exodus at the Club.
Kotoko appointed the former Ghana Football Association Presidential Candidates to head its Management, replacing George Amoako who currently serves as the General Manager for city rivals King Faisal.
Nana Yaw Amponsah has also named an eight-member Management team to help control the affairs of the Club.
Meanwhile the Porcupine Warriors have already began their search for new additions to their squad and have reportedly completed deals with Ashanti Gold pair Abdul Latif Anabila and Yusif Mubarik as well as Emmanuel Keyeke of Karela United.