Accra Hearts of Oak shot stopper Soulama Abdoulaye has debunked reports that he is preparing a move to Premier league rivals Ebusua Dwarfs.
Contrary to earlier reports that the former Asante Kotoko player is close to joining Cape Coast-based Ebusua Dwarfs, the goalkeeper has strongly refuted the report saying he has had no discussion with any club pertaining to a move away from the Phobians.
Speaking to Ashh FM's sports team, the former ASFA Yennenga goalie revealed that he has not made any contact with any club whatsoever and intends to discuss his future with Hearts of Oak.
He further disclosed that he has lost his sister and intends to go back to Burkina Faso as soon as possible to perform the funeral rites.
"I just came back to Accra on Friday but will go back because I lost my sister yesterday so I have to go back for the funeral. I have not even discussed with any team, I just came to Accra on Friday."
Asked if he will stay with the rainbow team for the 2016/17 Premier league season he insisted on discussing the matter with Hearts first.
"I don't have that information yet I will discuss with Hearts first then I can know what to do. I will decide my future." he stated emphatically.
The Burkinabe goalkeeper joined Asante Kotoko in 2007 before joining Accra Hearts of Oak in December 2014.
By Musah Abelyire/ghanaguardian.com
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