Black Stars defender Baba Rahman has revealed he rebuffed overtures from several clubs to sign for PAOK.
The Ghana international made a return to the Greek outfit after ending his eight-year spell with English giants Chelsea.
The former Augsburg left-back penned a three-year contract that will keep him at PAOK until summer 2026.
But the enterprising defender disclosed he received so many offers from other clubs but felt PAOK was like a family and rejected those offers to rejoin the club.
“First of all I am feeling good to be back. It’s nice seeing some old faces, some players I have played with. It’s been nice being here,” he told the club.
“I think PAOK has always been in contact with me the last few years. I think it is the right move for me. You have to go where you feel desired and wanted. Although I had different offers, I felt PAOK was like a family to me. I spoke with the coach and he expressed his desire to have me here. I feel appreciated,” he added.
Baba Rahman spent six months on loan with PAOK during his time with Chelsea and help the club to annex the Greek Cup.