Midfielder Yahaya Mohammed is today expected to respond to a query from his employers, Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Kotoko?s management last week rejected Yahaya?s reply to them, citing some flaws in the answers given by the embattled player.
Opoku Nti, Kotoko CEO, said Yahaya had agreed to correct his mistakes in the document and send it back to Kotoko by Monday.
He explained that management handed a query letter to Yahaya regarding his trip to Libya without Kotoko?s approval.
Opoku Nti said the answers that Yahaya would give in the query letter would determine Kotoko?s next line of action.
The Kotoko CEO said Yahaya duly responded to Kotoko?s query ?but his answers were not concise.?
Opoku Nti noted that Kotoko therefore returned the query, asking Yahaya to correct the anomalies before returning it.
The Kotoko capo said information privy to Kotoko indicated that Yahaya had signed a deal with a Libyan club.
He said Kotoko wanted to give the player the opportunity to explain whether the speculation about him was true or not.
Yahaya had been in the news lately following reports that he had vanished to Libya to sign for a new club without Kotoko?s consent.
Kotoko?s CEO, Opoku Nti, at a point declared Yahaya missing after the club failed to locate the player?s whereabouts.
Yahaya suddenly returned to the country to state emphatically that it was not true that he was missing.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr, Kumasi