Former Kotoko Coach Kjetil Zachariassen has ruled out a return to the Club.
The Norwegian who is already in a legal tussle with the Club over his compensation is unwilling to reunite with the Porcupine Warriors.
Zachariassen was handed a two-year contract to replace CK Akonnor, but the contract was abrogated after he failed to supervise the side to the Group stage of the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup competitions.
The former Ashanti Gold trainer has declared his readiness to work with any other Club but Kotoko.
“Am ready for any club that is ready for my signature but excluding Kotoko”, the Norwegian told Light FM.
The Reds re-appointed Maxwell Konadu to take charge of the side after the sacking of Zachariassen who spent just seven months at the Club.
The former Portsmouth scout has been throwing tantrums at officials of Kotoko since his exit from the Club.