Ex-Ghana U17 goalkeeper Danladi Ibrahim says he is open to joining arch rivals Accra Hearts of Oak in the future.
The Goalkeeper who is currently on loan at fellow Premier League side Berekum Chelsea, confirms he is not against any decision of switching camp to Hearts of Oak in the near future contrary to media reports.
Speaking in an interview with Joy Sports, Danlad watered down the recent publications and maintained he has not said anywhere that he will never feature for the Phobians.
“I want to use this platform to clear something on this big platform I haven’t said anywhere that I won’t ever play for Hearts of Oak [because] I am professional player. What I said was that I have a contract with Asante Kotoko so any team that brings a good contract and Kotoko don’t allow me to go and if the contract is good for me definitely I will move to any club that comes on board for me,” he said.
He added “I don’t have any intention of never playing for Hearts of Oak. [As I said I’m a professional player now enjoying good life at Kotoko because they have helped me a lot in my career and I can’t disappoint them,”.