Former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Samudeen Ibrahim, has put to bed reports that he signed a pre-contract with Moroccan giants Raja Casablanca, to force his way out of the rainbow club.
The skillful midfielder said he never made any move to Morocco to sign for the former African Champions, but admitted it will be a dream to play for a big club on the continent.
“Of course, I am happy when I hear that big teams in Africa are after me but I cannot be happy when people say I have signed with a team when I have not done that,” he told TV3 Sports exclusively.
The former Mighty Jets player was also reported to be joining ex-teammates Isaac Mensah and Inusah Musah at Angolan club Petro Atletico, but said “I have not signed for Raja Casablanca. I have not signed for Petro Atletico. I have not traveled to Morocco or North Africa since we went to Libya in 2016”.
He said he is however “happy” that “there are interests from Morocco and Angola” indicated that he has signed for any team yet.
Before his contract ended at Hearts, Ibrahim was suspended for misconduct for failing to report to training. His failure was said to be due to the uncertainty surrounding his future at the Accra-based club.
By Nana Akua Amankwaa|3news.com|Ghana