Ghanaian striker Elvis Manu has returned to England to discuss his future at Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 23-year-old has just returned from his second loan stint at Dutch club Go Ahead Eagles since he joined the then-Championship outfit in 2015.
Manu who has one year left to run on his contact at the newly promoted Premier League club has been summoned back to his club to discuss his future.
“Well I have been told to return for pre-season but of course we would be discussing my future at the club,” he told FootballMadeInGhana.com in an exclusive interview.
“With the club promoted to the Premier League, definitely they will be looking to add more quality in the team and i would need to know where I figure in the scheme of things before a decision is made.”
Manu joined Brighton in 2015 having come through the ranks to become a first team player at Feyenoord.
He has since been farmed out on loan at Huddersfiled Town before joining Go Ahead Eagles in the final half of last season.