Medeama SC's Communications Director Patrick Akoto has revealed that the club will make midfielder Justice Blay's interest paramount in making a decision with regards to his future.
The midfielder's outstanding loan spell with Asante Kotoko ended on Thursday, with the player returning to parent club Medeama SC.
His splendid performances has seen him attract interest from several clubs, with the Reds poised signing him on a permanent basis.
“He is one player who has really served Medeama down the years and we need to make a decision, whether he will continue with us or will join any other club,” Patrick Akoto told Takoradi based Spice 91.9 FM.
“It is not cast in stone for any club but the interest of Justice Blay will be paramount in any decision that the club will take regarding his future,” he added.
Blay joined the Porcupine Warriors on loan in 2019 and impressed greatly for them in Africa and domestic competitions.
He was brought to assist the club in their African journey and after impressing, they decided to keep for the start of the 2019/2020 season, which has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 28-year-old was Kotoko’s best player, bagging five man of the match awards in the league.
It's believed that Kotoko had an option to make the move permanent but have failed to meet the demands of the Tarkwa-based club.
However, Kotoko may open talks with Medeama again because his services will needed for next season's Caf Champions League.