The midfielder of Aduana Stars , Elvis Opoku has unveiled that he is yet to hold contract extension talks with the club, with three months left on his current contract.
The Dormaa Ahenkro based team, Aduana Stars midfielder, Elvis Opoku who is a key member of the believes the outbreak of COVID-19 might have stalled the club’s decision over his future.
But he also fumed a decision could soon be made as he clarify his future with the club.
According to him “I have about three months left on my contract with Aduana. They [Aduana Stars] have not had any discussion with me to extend the contract. It may be due to the Coronavirus or they are still preparing something,” he told Hello FM.
“It could also be that my services are not needed anymore,” he added.
“You know, our system here isn’t like the Europeans who sometimes discusses extensions when the player has one year or more years left. So, maybe they’re waiting to hold talks with me when I am left with a month. It all depends on them.”
The 2019/20 Ghana Premier League was trancated to the COVID-19 pandemic with the future of a new campaign uncertain.
By David Quarshie