Head coach of Medeama SC, Samuel Boadu has said that star midfielder Justice Blay would have to prove his worth to be able to get into his first-team should he return to the club for the upcoming season.
The 28-year-old lanky midfielder had a successful loan spell at Asante Kotoko and the Porcupine Warriors are working tirelessly to sign him permanently. The agreement is yet to be reached between the two Ghana Premier League clubs.
Reports suggest that the price tag placed on Justice Blay by Medeama is around $100,000 but the hierarchy of the Porcupine Warriors sees it as huge, making the deal unlikely to happen.
The player will revert back to the Yellows and Mauve and coach of the side, Samuel Boadu insists Blay would have to work hard to get his name into the starting eleven.
“Should Justice Blay return to Medeama SC again, he has to justify himself well else he will not get into the first team,” Coach Boadu told Kumasi-based Pure FM.
Footydreamsgh.com sources indicate that Medeama is considering other offers from foreign clubs.