Amos Frimpong insists he may move on from Asante Kotoko to continue his professional football career elsewhere but does not know when.
The versatile 26-year old defender joined the Ghanaian powerhouse in 2011 from B.A United and has since gone on to win three league titles and two FA Cups with the Porcupine Warriors but the former Sunyani Technical University student has not ruled out the possibility of wearing a different shirt.
“I don’t know whether I will retire at Kotoko or not. I have been at the club for seven years now but you never know what tomorrow has.” Amos Frimpong told Kumasi-based Silver FM.
“I have previously received some offers from Nigeria but I thought they were not right”
“You don’t have to jump onto just any opportunity to move.” he said.
Amos Frimpong was appointed captain of Kotoko in March 2015 and has played under coaches like Maxwell Konadu, Masud Didi Dramani, David Duncan, Michael Osei, Zdravko Lugarusic, Steven Polack, Paa Kwesi Fabin and now C.K Akonnor.