Godfred Saka, the captain of Ghana Premier League (GPL) champions, Aduana Stars, believes it is time to bid the club farewell and explore new challenges elsewhere.
Saka, who is recovering from injury and couldn't play in most of his team's title winning Premier League matches last season, said he was looking forward to a new adventure having spent eight fruitful years with Aduana.
The 29-year-old told the Graphic Sports in an interview that he was ready to move out of the country for the right offer with Europe being his preferred destination.
“I have been at Aduana for the past eight seasons, and as you know, it is the dream of every player to embrace new challenges, which I'm looking forward to.
“It will be a dream come true should I move out of the country to play and Europe is my preferred choice but we will have to wait and see what happens,” Saka said.
When asked whether he had been contacted by any club, Saka replied in the negative, saying he was yet to receive any concrete offer from a club and described any information about him joining a particular club at the moment as mere rumours.
He said he was ready to consider any interesting offer that could price him away from the Nana Agyemang Badu Park and improve his career.