Kotoko goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad opens to Hearts of Oak future move

Asante Kotoko SC goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad claims he is open to crossing carpet to join bitterest rivals Hearts of Oak in the future.

Danlad, 17, says he is not against the idea of joining Hearts of Oak debunking earlier reports that he will never play for the Phobians.

The former Ghana U17 and now U20 and U23 shot stopper is currently on loan at Ghana Premier League outfits Berekum Chelsea.

“I want to use this platform to clear something big [about a move to Hearts of Oak in the future]. I haven’t said anywhere that I won’t ever play for Hearts of Oak [because] I am professional player,” Danlad told Accra based Radio Station Joy FM.

“What I said was that I have a contract with Asante Kotoko so any team that brings a good contract and Kotoko don’t allow me to go it’s not possible to move in [Hearts]. If a club offers me a good contract definitely I will move when my contract with Kotoko expires.

“I don’t have any intention of never playing for Hearts of Oak. [As I said I’m a professional player now enjoying good life at Kotoko because they have helped me a lot in my career and I can’t disappoint them,” he added.

Danlad has not yet cement a place in Kotoko since his transfer from Sunyani based side Hamburg Football Club in 2016.

Since 2017, the Kotoko shot-stopper has made significant progress in his football career after keeping Ghana posts in 2017 FIFA World Cup in India.

In 2019, he represented Kotoko to lift the Normalization Committee Special Competition where he was the hero when Kotoko eliminated Hearts of Oak in the semifinals.


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