Former Asante Kotoko defender, Samuel Inkoom wants to play in the Ghana Premier League again after over 10 years.
Inkoom left the shores of Ghana in 2009 to play in Europe following his takeoff from the Porcupine Warriors.
The right - back recently left Georgia side Torpedo Kutaisi after his agreement with the club expired in December. Preceding joining Torpedo, the 32-year-old had played for Basel, Dnipro, DC United and a large group of others.
However, he says he is available to coming back to play in the GPL, where he has hope that, him adding could be an inspiration for the young people.
"I accept that coming to the GPL will be great to rouse the youthful players," Inkoom told Joy Sports in a selective interview.
"There are more offers from clubs around as well as clubs in Europe. Yet, right now, I am chatting with my representative on the grounds that toward the end of the day I need to bring something interesting and exciting back to my country.
Inquired as to whether he is surprised with the quantity of clubs from the GPL interested on getting his administrations, he added, "I'm not surprised. When you become a free specialist as a player, a great deal of clubs way to deal with attempt and inspire you to help them."
"No one works for nothing. Despite the fact that I am not cash cognizant, cash is vital. I'm not surprised on the grounds that I know myself and I know what I can likewise welcome ready."
In spite of his powerful urge to get back to the GPL, the previous U-20 World Cup champ didn't uncover the Premier League club he might want to join.
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