Former Black Maidens coach Evans Adotey has denied signing any contract with Ghana Premier League side Karela United despite the club announcing him as the new coach of the team.
The experience gaffer was named coach of the club at the end of the first round of the cancelled season, with Mallam Yahaya his deputy.
With the season truncated, the ex-Medeama SC technical director is hoping to finalize his move to the Anyinase based club.
"I have not signed any official contract with Karela Utd but I'm still trying to finalize everything in the coming days so I can start work when football returns," he told West FM. "Coaching is my job and I'm ready to work with Karela so far as they've approached me," he added.
"Mallam Yayaha is good and I'm ready to work with him when everything comes through. We only need unity so we can understand each other."
Karela United had a torrid first round in the 2019/20 season, after losing coach Johnson Smith to Asante Kotoko.
But Evans Adotey is ready to replicate the success chalked by the assistant coach of Asante Kotoko, when football returns.
"Johnson Smith did very well for the team and I'm ready to continue from there if supporters, media and management gives me the necessary support," says Adotey.