Former New Edubiase midfielder Aseidu Attobrah is much more likely to make a return to Ghana – after a failed stint abroad – as according to his agent five topflight clubs are seeking his signature.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder is out without a club and has been a subject of great interest by many elite division clubs with the two most successful clubs – Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak – heavily linked with Attobrah.
Both clubs are looking to fortify their squad for the new season. However, his representative has claimed that not only the two but a host of clubs have expressed keen interest in securing the services of his talisman ahead of the pre-eminent league season.
"As for offers, we've received a lot of them currently. I could disclose not less than five offers currently on our table from different top-flight clubs," he told Fox FM.
"We'll not rush to enter into a deal with any club as we know that more offers will be coming our way before the commencement of the league. We want to study what is best for us among all. But for now, I'll not mention any club for we want to keep this confidential," he added.
Asiedu Attobrah prematurely abrogated his contract with Belgian club K.V Kortrijk citing lack of playing time for his decision.