Transfers of Monday, 24 February 2014
New Edubiase midfielder Asiedu Attobrah has opened a fresh page of controversy in his much-talked about move away from the Bekwai-based club.
The 20-year-old, who has been on the radar of league leaders Asante Kotoko, and nearly joined them in January has told Luv Sports he may join the Porcupine Warriors at the end of the current season.
“What I will say for now is I’m with New Edubiase. The Kotoko deal couldn’t happen. Maybe when the season ends and something pops up, who knows?” Attobrah opined.
Kotoko missed out on Attobrah’s signature in January after failing to meet the youngster’s Gh¢ 70,000 price tag.
Despite hinting at a move to the Kumasi-based side, the midfielder is not ruling out a switch to the capital to play for sworn rivals of Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak who also have expressed interest in his services.
He stated: “Kotoko is a big club in Ghana. It’s not only Kotoko, Hearts of Oak is also a big club compared to Asante Kotoko. I’m a player, that’s the job I do and my family also depends on the job I do. I’m hoping for the best.
“I’m not saying I would be moving to Kotoko but if things happen I will move to Kotoko.”