Ashantigold SC midfielder Seth Osei has reiterated that he is ready and eager only to join play for Asante Kotoko.
According to multiple reports, The Porcupine Warriors have joined the race to sign the highly-rated midfielder ahead of the 2021/22 football season.
However, the Miners have an amount of $80,000 on the player.
Speaking in an interview, the attacker revealed his admiration for the Ghana Premier League giants adding that it’s a dream his father wanted to see him fulfil.
“I love Asante Kotoko. I’m ready to join the club because it is the club I love," he told Kumasi based Pure FM.
“I have discussed with Champion [Dr. Kwaku Frimpong] of my desire to join Kotoko. My target now is to join Kotoko.
“I am a fan of Kotoko even though I’m an AshantiGold player. I am ready to play for Kotoko. I want to wear their jersey to honour my late father.
“I will plead to the Kotoko supporters to make contributions to pay the $80,000 that Dr Kwaku Frimpong is demanding.
Osei, who started his career at Wafa SC, revealed why he failed to continue his career in Spain despite a great start to life in Europe.
“I started at WAFA SC before moving to Spain to play, Rayo Vallecano, Real Valladolid, Barcelona, and Athletico Madrid all in their academy before moving back to Ghana to join XI Wonders.
“I returned to Ghana because I had an injury in Spain.
Asante Kotoko have already completed two signings in Richmond Lamptey and Maxwell Agyemang in the current transfer window.