King Faisal owner Alhaji Gruzah will not put his Club up for sale contrary to reports linking ex-Ghana International Samuel Osei Kuffour as the imminent new proprietor of the Club.
Kuffour was said to have agreed to take possession of the Ghana Premier League side, a Club he played in Ghana before leaving for Germany.
King Faisal over the years have faced lots of financial difficulties which has also cost them their Premier League status along the line.
The Kumasi-based Club would only rely on Congress decision to be reinstated back to Ghana’s elite division prior to the start of the 2019/20 season.
With the constant financial problems faced by the Club, it was reported Gruzah was planning to put his asset on auction, a claim the football administrator has denied insisting he is only open for a partnership.
“My Club is not for sale, if you are an investor and you want to run a Club, why can’t you go and build your Club from the second Division or third Division up to the Premier Division,” he said in an interview with TV3.
“I did mine and you want to come and buy because you have Money? No am not ready to sell, I am ready for partnership, I didn’t tell the whole World I can’t do it, I am doing my best.
“I don’t want you to mention Osei Kuffour or anybody. Osei Kuffour has his business, I have my business, and yes he played King Faisal. If he helps King Faisal is good if he doesn’t it’s also good for him.”
“But anyone who wants to come and work with King Faisal, you bring your lawyer and you bring your proposal and I will also give it to my lawyer because my literacy level is not full, I am only an Arabic scholar.”
The news could ward off interested suitors who were willing to take over the Club.
King Faisal before the suspension of the League were stirring at relegation as they occupied the bottom spot with just 6points.
Cancelling the season will be to their advantage of avoiding demotion from the Ghana Premier League.