Medeama winger Theophilus Anobaah is in Ghana to sort out his future with the club, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.
Anobaah has been left frustrated after Egyptian side Petrojet hinted they could cancel his three-year contract over deceit.
The promising winger is fighting the Tarkwa-based club over his contract, claiming his current deal expired in June this year.
But the Mauve and Yellows insist he has two more years left on his current deal, forcing the Ghana FA to refuse the International Transfer Certificate request from Petrojet.
Officials of Suez-based side are incensed at the latest development and asked the Ghanaian to return home to resolve the issue with his parent club.
GHANAsoccernet.com understands that the 23-year-old has returned to his native country to offer unqualified apology to the club in an attempt to resolve the impasse.
Medeama president Moses Armah has insisted he will not allow him to leave until the right thing is done and has also been angered by the public tirade directed at him by the player’s father.
Anobaah is now racing against time to settle the matter with his employers with reports suggesting Petrojet could cancel the contract over misrepresentation and deceit.