Ghanaian Premier League giants Asante Kotoko are likely to lose Ugandan left back Joseph Ochaya without earning anything from his departure.
The Uganda Cranes left back has just 6-months left on his current contract with the Ghanaian champions elect and has decided not to sign a new deal with the Kumasi-based club.
According to reports, Ochaya is not happy at the turn of things and wants to seek his future elsewhere with either a return back home in Uganda or sign for an outside club.
Ochaya has been at logger heads with the club since last year when the club wanted to terminate his contract after falling out of the pecking order to Isaac Donkor and Ben Adama.
If Kotoko fail to get the Cranes left back to ink a new deal at the club, they would earn nothing out of his contract if he joins a new club.
Ochaya joined the Porcupine Warriors in 2012 from Ugandan side Kampala City Council FC on a two year contract and grabbed his first goal in the club’s 2-1 win over Berekum Arsenal on the 28 October 2012.
The left footed tall player is currently in the Cranes camp that is preparing to take on Madagascar on Saturday at Namboole Stadium.
By Sports Mania