Contractual talks between Ghana Premier League outfit Asante Kotoko and midfield linchpin Richard Senanu has stalled, according to the latest intelligence gathered by Kumasi-based radio station Oyerepa FM.
According to the media outlet, the midfield anchor is seeking improvement in wages as both parties are locked in contractual talks with the Porcupine Warriors looking to tie Senanu down.
The contract of Senanu run out on 15th May 2021 and has since not reported to training.
Following the expiration of his contract, the most glamorous club in the Ghanaian top-flight – Asante Kotoko – have tabled a two-year deal as they seek to tie the player down.
The report further states both parties have agreed on the number of years but what has proven to be the stumbling block in the deal is the player’s wages.
Senanu has been missing in action for the Porcupine Warriors for three years and only returned to the Kotoko roster at the commencement of the second round and will be a tremendous addition to an already power-packed midfield department of Asante Kotoko as they chase another Ghana Premier League title scalp and a return to Africa.
Meanwhile Kotoko have already tied down vice captain Emmanuel Gyamfi to a one-year deal, forward Osman Ibrahim to a 2-year contract extension.
Furthermore full back Samuel Frimpong, midfield maestro Salifu Mudasiru are also expected to put pen to paper soon.