The agent of Ghana prodigy Osman Bukari has ruled out a move to the Czech Republic as the speedy winger is being chased by clubs in the top leagues of Europe.
The 21-year-old, who is turning heads in Slovakia with blistering performances, has attracted interest from some notables teams in Europe because of his showing for AS Trencin.
The Ghana U23 international has already been declared the best player in the Slovak top-flight league this season after winning eight Man-of-the-Match awards in the league.
Following his form and interest from the top leagues of Europe, a report emerged in Ghana on Tuesday linking Bukari to the Czech side Slavia Prague.
But his highly-connected German agent Oliver Koenig has rubbished the report insisting they are only focused on taking the young player to the next level of his career.
"This is completely untrue. Osman is not moving to the Czech league," Koenig told Ghanasoccernet.com when asked about the report linking Osman Bukari to the Czech side.
"We have planned a comprehensive career progression path for him and so far he has excelled in Eastern Europe where he was honing his career and experience in Europe.
"With that good experience now in the bag, he is ready for the next level and this is where we are completely focused on."
Bukari has been rated the best player in Slovakia this season thanks to his blistering form and this has attracted interest from top clubs across Europe.
Some clubs have already reached out to make inquiries about the ASTrencin player with the view of signing him in the summer transfer window.
The speedy winger has been in tremendous form for Trencin this season, having found the back of the net seven times and creating six more in assists.
He joined the Slovak top-flight side in 2018 from Division One side Accra Lions.