The centre back has opened up on why he failed to extend his contract with the Porcupine Warriors ahead of the 2020/21 season
Former Asante Kotoko defender Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has opened the lid on the reasons behind his decision to mutually part ways with the club ahead of the upcoming season.
The youngster, who was coming back from an injury relay, saw his contract expiring and although reports suggested that he was close to extend his stay, he insists the offer from Kotoko was too poor to commit his future to and has decided to play his trade outside Ghana.
“I didn’t want to continue with my career in Ghana that’s why I couldn’t register for Kotoko. As a young player, I can rate my performance 85% with my stint with Kotoko,” Agyemang-Badu Ashh FM
“The offer from Kotoko to me wasn’t reasonable that’s why I didn’t continue with Kotoko. I now want to head elsewhere outside the country.
“I will wish all the current players of Kotoko the best of luck but I will miss ex-Kotoko young chap Mathew Anim Cudjoe since he has also joined Legon Cities FC,” he added.
Agyemang Badu arrived at Kotoko two seasons ago from lower-tier Phar Rangers and was part of the squad that sent Kotoko to their first group stage appearance in Caf Confederation Cup after almost ten years absence.