Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu says he has an unfinished business with Asante Kotoko while expressing his regret for failing to win a trophy with the Black Stars.
Badu joined the Porcupine Warriors on a loan deal from Berekum Chelsea during the 2007/08 season, scoring 2 goals in 18 games.
The 29-year-old played a part in the club’s league triumph that season before departing for Spanish side Recreativo Huelva in 2009.
Speaking on Asempa FM from his base in Italy, Badu stressed that it was his desire to play for Asante Kotoko to the highest level but could not do so before moving out on a foreign contract.
“The two most regrettable aspect of my football career is not representing Asante Kotoko to the highest level, and my failure to win the AFCON trophy with the Black Stars,” he said.
The FIFA U20 World Cup winner says his love for the Reds transcends beyond borders, and it is his desire to play for the club before he retires.
“I have unfinished business with Asante Kotoko and I know I will one day come back to the club either in a coaching capacity or managerial role, I really love the club.”
Badu is currently in loan at Italian side Hellas Verona.
He joined the club on a loan deal from Udinese last summer.