Ghanaian defender Seth Owusu will decide his future with Golden Arrow next week following their relegation from the South African top-flight.
Owusu joined the Backheel Boys in January on a six-month deal but has been forced to consider his future after the side said good bye to the South African elite division.
Golden Arrows are keen to make his deal permanent but the former Hearts of Oak man is undecided over his future at the club.
He says he will he will decide his long-term future after holding a meeting with the club president next week.
“I will be meeting the club president by next week and then decide what to do next,” he told GHANAsoccermet.com
“There are few clubs here in South Africa who have spoken to me but like I said I have to speak with the owner and then we see how it will go.
“It’s been up and down here but I have to hang on to see how the meeting pants out.”
The 23-year-old joined the side after a difficult spell at Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak.
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