Highly-rated guardsman Caleb Amankwah is tight lipped about his future following the expiration of his contract with Aduana Stars.
The right back cum central defender has not looked back since emerging from the esteemed stables of West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) and has grown in leaps and bounds since joining two-time Ghana Premier League winners, Aduana Stars in 2017.
Amankwah whose contract with the Dormaa based club expired recently is tight-lipped about his future.
The utility player has been on the radar of Asante Kotoko, Legon Cities and a host of other clubs looking to add quality to their defense.
In an interview with online portal Sportscorna.com, Amankwah formerly of WAFA revealed the reason behind his absence in his side’s stalemate against Berekum Chelsea.
“My contract expired with Aduana stars on Sunday and that’s the reason why I couldn’t feature against Berekum Chelsea,”
When quizzed about his whereabouts the defender affirmed he is currently in Kumasi.
“Yes, I am in Kumasi right now.”
Caleb chose to be diplomatic instead of straight forward in relation to his future.
“I can’t say whether there are talks between Aduana Stars and my manager,”
He added: “when I was with Aduana Stars there were so many clubs who expressed their interested in me and currently my contract with Aduana is expired and I don’t know if they [clubs] will come back again or I will go back to Aduana Stars.
When asked if he will like to continue with Aduana Stars, Amankwah said:
“As a player I don’t know if they [Aduana] have proposed any new contract to my manager or not.
“Ok it depend on how they will talk with my manager and after everything we have to sit down and talk about it.” He ended.