Former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Kofi Abanga says he is ready to join Asante Kotoko if the club could meet his GH¢ 3000-monthly demands.
Abanga has expressed his desire to play for the Porcupine Warriors despite ditching them to sign for Hearts in 2008.
The midfielder signed for the Phobians in one of the fierce transfer battle between the two biggest clubs in the country at the time.
He however failed to live up to expectations after inconsistent performances for Hearts. Abanga’s career came to a standstill after he failed to impress then Hearts’ coach Bashir Hayford.
In an interview with Silver FM, Abanga said he was not considering retiring from football anytime soon and said a monthly salary of GH¢ 3000 could propel him to sign for Kotoko.
“I will play for Kotoko if they pay me Gh¢ 3,000 as monthly salary,” Abanga said.
Abanga is still regarded as one of the young footballers to have emerged from the local scene who couldn't reach the full height of their potential.
Source: Daily Graphic
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