Udinese’s Ghanaian midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu has revealed plans of returning to Asante Kotoko to complete an “unfinished business”.
The Black Stars midfielder signed a 6-months loan deal with the Porcupine Warriors from Berekum Arsenal in the 2008/09 Ghana Premier League season but made only two appearances for the Kumasi based side before sealing a deal abroad.
But according to the 26-year old, he still have intentions of returning to the club in future either as a player or in another capacity.
“I have unfinished business with Kotoko” Agyemang-Badu told Agoo TV in an interview on Thursday.
“I signed for Kotoko for six months and I think by my calculation; I should have played 18 games but played only two.
“At the time I signed, I was all over the places with the national team from the Under-20 team, to CHAN assignments and then I got injured too.
“Even if I don’t get to return as a player, I still have an unfinished business at Kotoko.” He added
Agyemang-Badu’s games in the Kotoko colours were against arch-rivals Hearts of Oak, a game the Porcupine Warriors lost in Kumasi and a 2-1 victory away to Tema Youth.