Saka Open to Kotoko Move – Keeps Clubs on Alert
Aduana Stars skipper, Godfred Saka, has open up himself to a possible move to Kumasi Asante Kotoko and says a switch to the Porcupine Warriors offers him exciting opportunities which he would not hesitate to grab.
Saka, who returned to Ghana last week after a failed move to Nigerian giants Enyimba, has put interested clubs on alert after declaring he would not renew his contract with Aduana. However, he revealed that he was yet to engage in talks with officials of Kotoko despite media reports strongly linking him with a move to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
“I would join Kotoko if they come for me but I haven’t spoken to any official yet as being reported in the media,” Saka told the Graphic Sports in an interview yesterday.
“I am yet to speak to any club since I arrived in the country from Nigeria and I am available to sign for any of the local clubs should they meet my demands,” he added.
Kotoko’s reported interests in the experienced defender could unsettle the club’s captain, Amos Frimpong, who also plays in a similar role.
Saka has rejected a proposed contract extension with Aduana to keep him at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park, claiming he was abandoned by the Dormaa Ahenkro-based club while he stayed on the sidelines for many months recuperating from injury.
Apart from Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak, the newly-promoted Karela United and Dreams FC are possible destinations for the 29-year-old lateral defender.