Aduana Stars goalkeeper Joseph Addo refuses contract extension over unpaid enticement fees

Aduana Stars goalkeeper Joseph Addo is reported to have rejected contract extension talks with the club as his current contract is set to expire in November.

The former Asante Kotoko goalkeeper was rewarded with a three- year contract in 2017 after helping the side to clinch the Ghana Premier League.

According to a report by Light FM, the goalkeeper is yet to receive his enticement fee after signing the contract in 2017 and has refused any contract extension talks over his unpaid fees.

With the deal set to expire at the month, management of the club are in talks to tie him down with a new deal.

The 30-year old  has been the safest pair of hands for the Ogya lads and could leave the club next month as a free agent.

Aduana Stars begin their 2020/21 Ghana Premier League campaign against Hearts of Oak at the Nana Agyeman Badu Park when the seasons kicks off next month.

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