Kotoku Royals striker Francis Andy Kumi is open to joining Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak at the end of the season.
The 23-year-old has become a subject of interest for several clubs including Hearts of Oak following his outstanding performance in the Ghana Premier League.
Since joining the Oda-based club in February this year, the forward has racked up 9 goals in 12 matches.
The former Kotoko striker is reportedly on the radar of the Accra-based club following his swashbuckling performance this season.
“Accra Hearts of Oak is a big club in Ghana but I don’t want to make any decision now because of where I am. I want to focus on Kotoku Royals. There is more time after the season and I will leave that to my agent [Arthur Legacy] to decide. I will be happy to have that challenge but my focus is on Kotoku Royals for now,” he told Ghanasportspage.com.
“Every player is ready for a new challenge. I will be prepared to join Hearts of Oak if the offer is acceptable, but if I have to remain with Kotoku Royals, I will.”
Andy Kumi left Asante Kotoko at the beginning of last season after becoming surplus to requirement under Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum. The manager has been linked with a move to Hearts of Oak at the end of the season and Kumi could meet the former boss again.
Hearts are sitting 5th on the log after matchday 25.