The guardsman remains committed to the Dormaa-based club and reveals he will want to stay on in order to catch the eyes of the national team handlers
The defender pointed out that his intention is to help the former Ghana League Champions to win the domestic top flight in the new season as well as gain call-up into the national team.
“I am aware that Hearts, Kotoko and Chelsea want to sign me but I have no intentions of moving now as I am committed to Aduana,” he told Goal.Com Ghana.
“The frequent link to all these clubs is not affecting me in any way as my aim is to help Aduana to get to the top again and also break into the Black Stars set up.”
Saka, who graduated from the “Right to dream” football Academy, has been the most consistent right-back in the Ghana Glo league since 2010 and he is the most sought after local player in Ghana today.