Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko captain, Amos ‘Olomo’ Frimpong has advised Cameroonian attacker, Franck Etouga Mbella following his transfer rumor.
It has been reported that the 20-year-old striker is on the verge of joining Egyptian, top-flight side, Al Masry.
Other reports indicates Etouga is ‘unhappy’ with the current situation at the camp of the GPL giants and he’s no longer interested in continue his career in the Ghana Premier League.
However, we’ve been told that the striker has refused to train in a bid to complete his move from Kotoko.
The prolific attacker couldn’t make Kotoko’s trip to Benin for their first leg clash against Rail Club du Kadiogo in the CAF Champions League preliminary round.
Following the rumor of making his way out from the Ghanaian giants, the club’s former captain, Amos Frimpong has stepped in with an advice on how the player should solve or discuss everything with the management of the reigning GPL champions to have his peace of mind for the job.
“For decision taking, it will lie between him and his management and going into the CAF Champions League game I heard he was injured. If it is a different issue or contract talks from other clubs then I will plead with him to solve it so that he can get his peace of mind for the job and also for the club to get peace ahead…
“I will plead with him. He shouldn’t worry. He should discuss everything with the management for the betterment of both parties.
“If he feels to play another one season with Kotoko for his value to go high or move on to other club it will lie between his management and the club but I will plead with him to solve the issue now,” Amos revealed via Ghanasportspage.com.
The Porcunies poster boy remains one of the outstanding attackers in the local league despite losing the last season’s Golden Boot to Yaw Annor.
He finished the season with 21 goals in his first GPL campaign and his stellar display has saw him attracting offers from some European clubs.
Etouga Mbella is expected to make Kotoko’s squad for Sunday’s return leg clash against Rail Club du Kadiogo.
The Porcupines picked a narrow win in the first leg clash against the Burkinabé side.