Liberty Professionals captain Samuel Sarfo has admitted his readiness to leave the club but played down suggestions that he has met and discussed his future with Asante Kotoko top hierarchy.
The 27-year-old's contract with the Accra-based will come to an end after December, raising more concerns about his future after he has delayed to extend his stay.
"I am open to a move out of Liberty Professionals ahead of next season but I haven't spoken to any club as it has been rumoured in the local media," Sarfo told Graphic Sports.
"All that are being said about me are mere speculations [and nothing concrete,].
"It will be in my interest to join a bigger club [like Asante Kotoko] at the beginning of the new season but as it stands now, there is nothing concrete about such a move," he added.
Off the pitch, Sarfo, who scored six goals in the league last season, is member of Ghana Police Service and reports to duty after training at least three times in a week.
Goal's sources have revealed that the defender may consider an offer from city rivals Hearts of Oak in order to combine football and security activities as well.
Sarfo played his first international game for Ghana against USA in July and was part of the Black Stars B squad that won the 2017 Wafu Cup of Nations.