Connect with us

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, gathers the Asante Kotoko management is set to open contract renewal talks with Ahmed Adams.




Click to comment

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply

More in Kotoko

error: You want to copy huh? Sorry!!