Soccer News of Thursday, 4 February 2016
Determined Asante Kotoko skipper Amos Frimpong has disclosed that he is open to any move that comes his way provided his employers will be satisfied with it.
The fast improving defender who revealed that the team is determined to reclaim their lost glory in the upcoming league quickly said he would accept any offer that comes his way regardless of their position on the league log.
“Every player’s dream is to progress and play for bigger clubs in the world. So if in the course of the league an offer comes, it will be left for my club to decide whether they will allow me to move,” Amos Frimpong told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“If they accept, then regardless of our position on the log, I will have to also move on with my career.
I will however not push for any move but when it comes, I will consider moving,” he added.
The captain of the Porcupine Warriors has been one of the fast improving defenders whose versatility sometimes sees him playing at all the full back positions for club and country.
The versatility and the consistency of the captain of the Reds earned him an invitation into the Local Black Stars side that failed to qualify for the ongoing 2016 CHAN in Rwanda.