Former Ashanti Gold captain Shafiu Mumuni is targeting a move abroad as he has lost interest in playing in the Ghana Premier League, according to his manager Samuel Ebo Kwaitoo.
This comes on the back of speculations that Mumuni is closing on a return to the league after his move to Romania failed to materialize.
Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars are reported to have expressed interest in the services of the player.
Also, there were reports of Legon Cities were set to make a move for him.
Reports in the local media earlier this week claimed Dreams FC had reached a deal to sign the Black Stars striker but it turned out to be untrue as the club announced the signing of Goal-machine Agyenim Boateng from Division One side Nzema Kotoko.
However, Ebo Kwaitoo has disclosed that the striker has no passion to play in the league, claiming the player has options in Europe and Asia.
“Shafiu Mumuni has no motivation to play in Ghana, he has lost interest in the local league after winning all he could with AshantiGold”, Kwaitoo told Oyerepa FM in Kumasi
“I spoke to Kotoko but I revealed to them that the player will travel abroad for now.”
“Also, Hearts of Oak and Aduana are all interested in him but have told the same.”
“The options are Europe, Asia and in the unlikely event that these don’t work, then we look at the local scene, but that will be a club bigger than Ashantigold and can meet the financial demands.”
Mumuni captained the Black Stars B’ in the 2019 WAFU Zone B Championship in Senegal where Ghana finished as runners-up.