Daniel Nii Adjei has rejected a new contract offer at Asante Kotoko, reports in the local media have claimed.
The Premier League Champions are anxious to tie the impresseive midfielder to a new long-term deal but reports say negotiations on his future has hit a snag with both parties yet to agree to the terms of the contract.
According to reports, Kotoko are willing to part away with 30,000 Ghana Cedis for a two-year renewable deal with the player believed to be unwilling to budge.
The latest development is reported to have stunned Executive Board Chairman Dr Kofi Kodua Sarpong who is a huge admirer of the talented enforcer.
He expects to meet the club’s hierarchy by next week to sort out his club future
“I have been given a proposal to study and would meet my manager to look at it. There are issues I will not be in a position to say at the moment,” Adjei said
“I don’t want to talk about what is contained in the new agreement but what I can say is that they have to come again,”
“But of course like I’ve said, football is my work and where I will get the best deal is where I will be,”
“Anywhere I find myself; if I feel satisfied I will not blink and eye to either stay or move. After all that is my work,”
“I will meet Kotoko officials next week to see how far we go with negotiations.”
The latest stand-off has alerted Hearts of Oak who have not hidden their desire to prize away last season Most Valuable Player from Kumasi.
The 2000 African Champions have the financial war chest to match the players demand.
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