Soccer Information of Tuesday, 14 July 2020
Simply click to study all about coronavirus →
Kumasi Asante Kotoko goalkeeper, Ibrahim Danlad, has stated a transfer to Hearts of Oak looks hugely unlikely taking into consideration his lengthy phrase aspirations with the Porcupine Warriors.
Danlad who is now on mortgage at Berekum Chelsea has had a successful outing in article for the Blues in the just canceled league acquiring been just one of the major-executing goalkeepers.
Reviews in the media have linked a probable shift for the 17-12 months-outdated shot-stopper to Hearts primarily soon after his outstanding spell for Berekum Chelsea.
But the former U-17 goalkeeper has refuted stories about his intention to make a swap to the Phobian club.
“I have not reported anyplace that I want to engage in for Hearts and I have not even thought about it. It would be pretty hard for Hearts to even chase my signature considering their rivalry with Kotoko.
“The only detail that would set off a transfer to Hearts is when Kotoko does not require my solutions anymore then I can select to enjoy for the club I want,” he told GNA Sports.
Danlad was optimistic about a bright long run for him at Kotoko and is willing to confirm his really worth when the prospect will come but stated he was not in a hurry.
“Kotoko is my mom club and am really young with many years ahead of me with some professional goalkeepers to find out from at the club.
“If the prospect comes for me to confirm my worth, I would give it a excellent shot and see what occurs.
“Due to the fact the league arrived to end, I’m at this time waiting on the management of Kotoko to make your mind up whether or not I ought to return to the club or continue on my remain at Chelsea but I know the two events are in talks with regards to my long term,” he claimed.
Danlad was a member of the Ghana U-23 group that participated in the 2019 U-23 Africa Cup of Nations that was held in Egypt.
GhanaWeb is not accountable for the reportage or thoughts of contributors published on the web page. Browse our disclaimer.
Mail your information stories to
and through WhatsApp on +233 55 2699 625.