Former Accra Hearts of Oak Defender, Christopher Bonney is eyeing a move abroad after ending his contract with the Ghana Premier League giant.
The right-back said it is time for him to go abroad and secure a foreign contract after playing for the two biggest clubs in the country.
“I didn’t renew my contract with Hearts because I was not fitting into the squad of the new coach. It would be time-wasting if I continued my stay at Hearts of Oak” Bonny told Kumasi based OTEC FM.
He added: “It’s very fortunate and a big privilege to play for both Kotoko and Hearts. It’s not easy for a player to serve the two biggest clubs in Ghana. Though my doors are open for any local club, I am now focusing on a foreign contract”.
Bonney was among four others, Joseph Esso, Benjamin Agyare, and Abubakar Troare who were released by the Ghana Premier League giant on Friday after their contracts expired.
Source: Ghana Soccernet
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