Aduana Stars striker, Yahaya Mohammed has insisted he will not accept salary cut despite the lack of football activities.
The Ghana Football Association has suspended all football activities as part of the measures to halt the spread of coronavirus.
Club administrators are crusading for player salary cut due to the lack of football activities.
But according to the former Asante Kotoko forward, he has rejected that discussion reiterating he will not accept the offer.
"I'm not disappointed the league is halted because of Covid-19 although I was called to the national team and we have not been able to meet in camp because of this Covid19," he told Nimde3 FM.
"I will never accept a pay cut of my salary due to Covid-19 pandemic because how much do we (local players) receive actually as a player in Ghana," he added.
The bulky goal poacher also revealed that he has received offers from clubs.
Yahaya has been sensational for the 'Ogya' lads scoring 11 goals.
"I have been approached by two clubs in Ghana now but I will look into it when the Corona Virus no more," he shared.