Asante Kotoko have asked coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani to jump to avoid the push with a year left on his contract.
A trusted source told the GNA that Kotoko last Thursday asked Dramani to resign honourably latest by Monday, July 22, or risk getting pushed out.
Dramani, who has been in charge of Kotoko for a season, supervising 38 competitive games and winning 21, drawing 14 and losing three, is said to be consulting his legal team to weigh his options.
The coach, 47, is on a monthly wage of $4,500 and is said to have been offered a three- month salary plus compensation.
The source cited disinterest from the management of the league champions as the cause of the breakdown in the relationship that has spanned a year.
Dramani succeeded Maxwell Konadu last season following the latter’s decision to accept the national appointment as assistant coach of the Black Stars.
After a successful stint with the female U-17 team, Black Maidens, who he guided to win bronze at the 2012 FIFA U-17 women’s World Cup in Azerbaijan, Dramani was offered a two-year contract by the Porcupine Warriors.
Having endured a torrid season, Kotoko still managed to successfully defend the Premiership title to become the only club to have won the title 22 times.
The coach’s spell at Kotoko remains his first and only in the elite division.
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