Medeama puts all contract talks on hold
Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC in the interim have placed contracts talks on hold with fellow premier league side Kumasi Asante Kotoko regarding their prized asset, Justice Blay.
The Kumasi side have in recent times expressed keen interest in tieing the flamboyant midfielder Blay, who is on a season-long loan to a permanent deal but has so far proved futile.
The two-time FA Cup holders want to wait for a ” final decision from the Ghana FA” before moving to the negotiating table with other clubs with Blay’s contract issue inclusive.
The club announced via a tweet on Twitter their firm decision to hold all talks on new signings, out-of-contracts, and loaned players as they await the FA decisions on the league’s possible continuation or annulment.
@MedeamaSC put all contract talks on hold as club await a final decision from the @ghanafaofficial
Details via: https://t.co/rT9RkxqMAD#MEDSC #MauveandYellow pic.twitter.com/6NnMQlgWPh
— Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) June 12, 2020
Whiles Medeama’s Communication Director Patrick Akoto confirmed the club’s position in relation to contract talks to the club’s official website.
“The club has taken a decision to put all contracts talks on hold. We want to be sure about the certainty of the league before we resume any form of talks,”
“The decision includes new signings, renewals and loaned players.
“We are in constant touch with the Ghana FA and as and when a decision is made by the federation, we will know the way forward.”
Blay has caught the eye of many admirers since his move from Medeama to Kumasi Asante Kotoko with many stupendous performances until the league was suspended through a presidential directive amid the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.