Former Asante Kotoko striker Eric Bekoe has revealed receiving offers from two Ghana Premier League clubs ahead of the new season.
The 30-year-old is a free agent, after mutually terminating his contract with Hasacaas a couple of months ago and reports in the local media suggest he may likely sign a season-long deal with Kotoko as the Porcupine Warriors are in the market for a back-up for Sadick Adams.
“Once a hero, you are always a hero. There have been talks and my doors are still open and whichever club that will suit me, I will jump on the bus and try to help that club," Bekoe told Class FM.
“Two clubs have actually approached me but we are weighing both sides and trying to take the best decision. The window is open for all and as a player, you need to organise yourself before the season starts. I'm training hard and my doors are open for both foreign and local clubs.
"Whichever club that comes forward, and if I think it will be good for me, I will join but the best thing is to be well prepared. I am ready to welcome any offer,” he added.
Bekoe, who previously played for Egyptian top-flight side Petrojet between 2009 and 2012, won the Ghana Premier League's goal-king award in 2008 after scoring 17 goals.