Hearts of Oak star defender, Samuel Inkoom has dug into his transfer rumors after winning the MTN FA Cup with Hearts of Oak.
Reports have claimed, per our investigations, that Chinese-based Wuhan Three Football Club are among the clubs leading the race to offer the Black Stars defender a new contract.
Other North African clubs have also been linked with a bid for the Ghanaian international, per reports, but Inkoom has no plans to leave the Rainbows because of his contract with the GPL giants.
It was a huge surprise that Inkoom had a good performance in the just-ended season after 12 years he returned to the local league, but his thought of leaving the club is yet to be known.
The 32-year-old and the then free agent agreed on a one-year contract after leaving Georgian club Torpedo Kutaisi in January this year after he dreams of joining his former side Asante Kotoko failed.
He has impressed a lot of clubs, but at least he makes it clear that he is not really going to be moving any time soon once he is having a running contract with the FA Cup Champions.
“For now I am Hearts of Oak player and I will just focus on Hearts at the moment, I know you will all be here at the right time if something good will come but as am talking to you now my main focus is Hearts of Oak,” Inkoom revealed in an interview with Ghanasportspage.com.
“Some clubs have contacted me but I don’t have to talk about it because of my contract terms with Hearts of Oak. Is not allowed to talk about it whiles you have the contract that’s why am telling you that my main focus is Hearts of Oak and am still Hearts of Oak player so I will leave that one and if something will come up, everybody will hear about it”.