Winger Frank Sarfo Gyamfi has revealed he will not tie his future to Kotoko if disagreements over his contract are not resolved quickly.
Gyamfi’s purported move to the Ghanaian champions has been put on hold following dispute over the duration of his contract.
Gyamfi prefers to sign a two-year deal while Kotoko are mooting to sign him on a three-year deal and are currently deadlocked.
The former Maritzburg United winger is growing impatient with the turn of event and says he will consider his options if the Kotoko deal falls through.
“I have to look at other options if the matter is not resolved quickly. I can’t continue to wait when I don’t know where I will play next season,” he told Happy FM
“I’m a professional and this is my job and future. This issue must be dealt with fast or I need to look elsewhere.
“There are lots of offers on the table for me at the moment and I will not hesitate to active one if the need arises.
Kotoko coach Mas-Ud Dramani is key admirer of the talented winger and is believed to be unhappy with the delay in settling the matter.