Former midfielder of Congolese giants [Association Sportive Vita Club], Zakaria Mumuni has said that he is ready to play for any Ghanaian club that will come to the table with the right offer.
Zakaria Mumuni returned to Ghana about six weeks ago after his contract with the Kinshasa based club [AS Vita] expired.
Speaking in an interview on Wontumi TV the attacking midfielder explained that he is not eyeing Asante Kotoko but will consider any team that will come forward with the right offer that’ll be acceptable for both parties.
“I have not spoken with Kotoko but I’m aware they’ve been discussions behind the scenes with my manager.
“I am a player and football is my job so for me as a player I’m ready to play for any team that will come to the table with the right offer,” the diminutive midfielder said.
Born in 1996, Zakaria Mumuni began his career at the West African Football Academy [WAFA] from 2012-2015. He, however, became a household name when he joined Aduana Stars in 2016.