Medeama President Moses Armah says the club is ready to listen to offers for suspended midfielder Theophilus Anobaah.
The CHAN star is said to have entered a pre-contractual agreement with a Libyan club despite having a standing contract with the Mauve and Yellows.
Anoobah has since refused to turn up for the side’s pre-season activities – resulting in the placement of an indefinite ban on his head.
But club President Moses Armah says the club is prepared to listen to offers for clubs interested in Anobaah’s services.
“It is clear the chap wants to leave the club and we are ready to grant him that wish so far us the rules governing player transfers are respected,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“The player is still under contract at Medeama which means any club interested in signing him must table an official offer through the club.
“We are ready to listen to offers and therefore clubs interested in him should register their interests in writing and then we’ll take it off from there.”
The Medeama boss dismissed claims the club has rejected several offers for the talented midfielder following his impressive performance at the CHAN tournament back in January.
“We have received no official offer for Anobaah,” he added.
“We also hear these things in the media but so far no club has come forward with the intention of signing the player.”