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Former Black Satellites midfielder, Abraham Asiedu Attobrah has refuted media reports that he is in talks with Ebusua Dwarfs over a possible move.
Rumours were rife that the ex-New Edubiase player is in advanced talks with the Cape Coast club for a possible deal as he seeks to return to the field after a long absence.
However, he has rubbished the reports, emphasising that there was no truth in it as there had not been any contact from Dwarfs.
“It is not true that I am in talks with Dwarfs. People should treat that news with a pinch of salt as no one from that club has even contacted me,” Attobrah told the Graphic Sports.
“I am a free player and I am available to join any club. Whoever is interested in me can come forward; if the deal is good to my expectation, I will sign for that club,” he stated.
Attobrah, 25, joined Belgian side, KV Kortrijk from New Edubiase on August, 31, 2015 and spent a year before terminating his contract by mutual consent.
He signed for Iraqi side, Al Shorta in February 2018 after which he joined Erbil Sporting Club seven months later for a year before deciding not to renew his contract.
Attobrah was part of the Black Stars B team which reached the final of the 2014 CHAN tournament in South Africa, as well as the Black Satellites side which reached the second round of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
By Edmund Okai Gyimah