Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker, Dauda Mohammed has disclosed that he will not leave the Kumasi based club until the end of the season.
Dauda, 21, have been on a very good form this season banging eight goals for the Porcupine Warriors.
Dauda earned a late call up into Avram Grant’s squad to replace injured Ebenezer Assifuah in the last AFCON qualifier against Rwanda and have dismissed rumours which indicates the he will leave Kotoko before the season ends.
Speaking to Silva FM in an interview, he rightfully said he is still a Kotoko player and have not heard any offer from any big club.
“As it stands now I’m still a Kotoko player and I won’t move to Europe till the end of the season.” Dauda said.
“I know nothing about the big offers and the huge amount it come with.
Dauda Mohammed is looking forward to have a very good spell with the Black Stars and get consistent call up into the national team.
It has been reported that Belgium giant Anderlect purported to have tabled a 450,000 USD for the skipper of Ghana Black Satellites.