Highly-rated striker, Kofi Kordzi is set to stay in the Ghana Premier League per information gathered.
The striker has already been released by Hearts of Oak after he was declared surplus to requirement by the club at the end of the 2022/23 football season.
According to Kofi Kordzi, Hearts of Oak informed him after his release that three clubs in the Ghana Premier League are interested to sign him.
Speaking to Accra-based Angel FM, the forward said, as a result, the Phobians want him to stay on for him to be transferred so that the club earns some money from his sale.
“Hearts of Oak initially declared me as surplus but later told me they have realised teams are after me so they won't release but will rather sell me to raise some money and that was when I requested for my four months unpaid salary.
"They told me Olympics, King Faisal and Samartex are all after me,” Kofi Kordzi disclosed.
At the moment, sources say the representatives of Kofi Kordzi are considering the offers from the three Ghana Premier League clubs.