Absa Premiership

Arwuah brushes off exit rumours

2015-07-02 10:17
John Arwuah (Supplied)
John Arwuah (Supplied)

Cape Town - AmaZulu and Ghana international John Arwuah admits that he has heard all about the rumours linking him with a move away from the club.

With AmaZulu having purchased Mpumalanga Black Aces PSL status, Usuthu’s players are likely to remain at the club.

Arwuah admits that he is excited to be back the club despite relegation.

“A lot had been said, but I treat those as rumours,” Arwuah said on the clubs website.

“I am happy to be back, there is nothing much I can say about my future besides that I am still contracted to the club.

“We are resuming training next week and that is when we will see how things go.

“I have had a chat to the coach about my ambitions and I guess only time will tell," concluded the 29-year-old.

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