Asante Kotoko defender Ahmed Adams has revealed turning down league champions Aduana Stars in favour of a contract renewal with the Porcupines.
The centre-back who joined the FA Cup winners in January 2015 has a couple of months left on his contract.
According to the 25-year-old, he has an unfinished mission at Asante Kotoko.
“I have a few months left on my contract and I’m waiting to hear from the management,” Adams told Nhyira FM.
“For Aduana, I have told them I’m not interested. I want to complete my assignment at Kotoko,” the former Berekum Chelsea and Al- Shoalah SC of Saudi Arabia player revealed.
Resigned to losing one of their formidable central defenders in Wahab Adams, Aduana Stars are in desperate search for a replacement should he eventually leave the club. Wahab has publicly served notice of his desire to leave the Dormaa-based club as his current contract ends.
Meanwhile, Footy-Ghana.com gathers the Asante Kotoko management is set to open contract renewal talks with Ahmed Adams.