Michael Helebge is set for showdown talks with Moses Armah over his Medeama future, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal.
The 29-year -old has returned to the club after ending his short loan spell at Lebanese top-flight side Tripoli SC.
The former Asante Kotoko man will hold talks with Medeama president Moses Armah over his long-term future at the club.
The Lebanese side are keen to sign him permanently after he impressed heavily during the short period where he won the Top scorer and Best Goal award of the season.
Clubs in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar are also interested in him and he’s confirmed he will sort out his future after a meeting with the club’s president.
“There are lots of clubs interested in me but all will be clear after a meeting with my president,” he said.
“If he agrees for me to go then I will decide where I will play this season.
“So I’m meeting him and we’ll take it from there.
The former Ghana Olympic captain helped the side win the Lebanese Cup having missed out on the league title.
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