St. Gallen and the Ghanaian defender, Musah Nuhu has expressed his willingness to play for Asante Kotoko whenever he returns home for the local top-flight league.
The current GPL champions and Hearts of Oak remain the powerhouse of football in the country despite their failure in Africa.
Every player aims to be with highly rated club in his career and the ex-WAFA center-back has confessed to play for the Porcupines someday.
The 25-year-old centre-back undoubtedly has established himself as a one of the best defenders for the Swiss side, St. Gallen. His last spell before leaving the Ghana Premier League was with WAFA where he left in 2018 to join the Swiss Super League side but could leave the club this summer following the expiration of his contract last month.
Speaking about his future move into the Ghana Premier League, he declared himself as one of the fans of the Porcupines and he is ever ready to play with them whenever he is back to the local league.
“I will like to play Kotoko If I am returning home. I’ve been a fan of the club since my childhood. I watch them at the stadium whenever am around once I am from Kumasi.
“When you ask me to join the GPL I will choose Kotoko over other clubs depending on the deal,” the former Black Meteors defender disclosed via Original FM.