Playing in the Ghana Premier League is my priority – Samuel Inkoom

Former Black Stars defender, Samuel Inkoom has confirmed his interest to return to the Ghana Premier League.

The former Asante Kotoko right-back is currently clubless after parting ways with Torpedo Kutaisi.

According to him, he has received offers from teams in Ghana seeking his services as a player for them.

“When you are a free agent and done with your contract, a lot of clubs (not only Ghana) will ask if you can come and help the team,” the Fifa U-20 World Cup winner told GhOne TV.

“I’m a professional footballer and I have an agent. There have been a lot of offers from Ghanaian clubs and clubs outside Ghana as well.” He said.

Inkoom however added that though a lot of teams outside the shores of Ghana want him he would love to play in the Ghana Premier League.

“At this point in time, I want to decide very well. I’m also talking to my family to help me make a decision as well so I would love to play in the Ghana Premier League,” he said.

He made his Black Stars debut under Milovan Rajevac and has played 44 times for Black Stars.



Source: Modern Ghana