The 28-year-old was an integral member of the just- ended Allsvenkan title-winning team but is already eyeing a move away from the Friends Arena outfit.
Ghana and AIK Stockholm midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi says he will welcome bids from admirers ahead of the upcoming winter transfer window.
The former Malmo FF anchor man, who joined the Gnaget outfit on a three-year deal last term, has revealed his readiness to swap camp with any club that may express interest for his services in January.
Despite having a running contract with the current Swedish League holders, the Ghanaian has unleashed a shock wave to his employers with his latest talks assertion after playing an integral role in their title triumph this term.
Although the former Club Brugge midfielder has emphasized that staying with the Stockholm-based club still remains on the card, he could still move on with an enticing offers from suitors abroad.
“I have won three league trophies in Sweden – two with Malmo FF – one with AIK,” the ex-Black Starlets enforcer to Kumasi-based Metro FM.
“The journey wasn’t an easy one but with God’s protection and hard work we were able to win the league.
“The season is over in Sweden so I’ll be coming to Ghana very soon to rest.
“I have two more seasons at AIK so I’m focused on how to help the team but if offers come I’ll consider them and see how l may go about it together with my representative.’
The midfielder has been clamouring for a call-up into the senior national team for quite long, but has once again been overlooked for the impending AFCON qualifier against Ethiopia by the technical bench and has berated them for his snub.
“As for national team call up, I’ll leave that to the coaches because it’s their job to do so,”
”Sometimes I wonder why I am constantly overlooked when it comes to call ups but I don’t know if I have wronged someone or not.” he fumed.