Former Asante Kotoko captain and defender Amos Frimpong wants a return to his old club.
The defender is now a free agent after leaving Guinea side AS Khaloum Star after the expiration of his contract.
Frimpong joined the Guinean side from Kotoko on a two year deal in 2019 but is now unattached to any club.
The versatile defender joined Asante Kotoko from BA United and rose through the ranks at the club to captain the side spending over a decade at the club.
Speaking in an interview with Ezra FM, he disclosed that he would love to make a return to Kotoko preferably not as a player but will not rule out anything.
"I’m currently without a club. I would love to be back to Kotoko one day but as a non playing staff. However, I won’t rule out anything but I prefer a deal to a different club’, Frimpong said..
Amos Frimpong joined the Porcupine Warriors from BA United on July 1, 2011, where he won a number of laurels including the Ghana Premier League, the FA Cup, the President Cup, and most recently the tier 1 of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalization Committee (NC) Special Cup.