Former Karela United forward Solomon Sarfo Taylor has revealed that he is available for either Asante Kotoko or Hearts of Oak should they approach him for his services.
The sharp shooting striker saw his dream move to the Baba Yara Stadium protracted by contractual disagreement with the CAF Champions League registration window winding up last year.
The Porcupines moved for the striker and made a payment of GHc 50, 000 to the Anyinasi-based Premier League club in that regard. Sarfo Taylor signed contract documents with the Reds but failed to turn up in Kumasi. Karela United, on the other hand, also refused to release the player and later transferred him to a Danish club.
However, Taylor, 22, has revealed his admiration for the Reds after a failed stints abroad and will not hesitate to don the Kotoko colours.
“The truth of the matter is my dad supports Asante Kotoko and my mum supports Hearts of Oak, so I grew up supporting my dad’s team which is Asante Kotoko,” Taylor told Green Fm
“But am a professional and am open to playing for the two clubs, I have to think about my career before affiliation so if Hearts of Oak come calling why not, I will join them.”
Taylor was instrumental for Karela United in the Special Competition in 2019 as his partnership with Diawisie Taylor earned them a second-place finish after losing the finals to Asante Kotoko at the Baba Yara Stadium.