Emmanuel Gyamfi has extended his stay in Kumasi till 2020, FootballmadeinGhana.com understands.
The winger was spotted by FootballmadeinGhana reporters at the club’s secretariat on Monday and is believed to have finalized his contract extension with the Porcupine Warriors for two years after weeks of negotiations.
The former Bofoakwa Tano and Wa All Stars player joined Kotoko in the second round of the 2016 season under coach Michael Osei who signed him on free transfer.
Gyamfi has since gone on to establish himself as a first team player under coaches like Zdravko Lugarusic, Steven Polack and Paa Kwesi Rabin. The quick winger is hardly not in the Kotoko starting line up since he joined.
The player was said to have been scouted by Ashanti Gold SC but has now committed his future to the Reds for the next two years.