Ex-Ghana U-20 World Cup winner Samuel Inkoom has denied reports of criminating Asante Kotoko CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah for ruling out his return to the club.
Inkoom has swiftly cleared off the rumor, insisting he has not spoken to any media house on the emerging story.
According to the veteran defender, in a post on his official Facebook handle, he just began training with Hearts of Oak on Tuesday and has not even granted an interview with any media house.
News rising from Media General’s Onua FM, an Accra-based radio station has confirmed the news, indicating the right-back is blaming Nana Yaw Amponsah for his Kotoko move failure.
“Don’t blame me for my expected Hearts of Oak move. Asante Kotoko CEO feels big to call me,” Inkoom is quoted to have told Onua TV/FM.
“Asante Kotoko fans should blame their CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah not me,” the reports added.
After the shocking revelation, Inkoom has swiftly denied the reports.
“My attention has been drawn to a news item circulating to the effect that I have accused the CEO of Asante Kotoko of feeling too big to call me and hence the Kotoko fans should blame him for my proposed move to Hearts of Oak.
“Kindly disregard any such report as I have not granted any interview with any media outlet today.
“I only began training with Hearts of Oak today and have not granted any interview with any media outlet on the subject matter, I therefore find this report as shocking and unfortunate. I urge all to disregard this malicious report,” he said.
The former Kotoko defender commenced training with the GPL champions on Tuesday morning and is expected to follow the steps of his ex-national team mate, Sulley Muntari.