Samuel Inkoom considering Ghana Premier League return

After last playing in the Ghana Premier League 13 years ago, former Black Stars defender Samuel Inkoom is considering a return.

The experienced right-back last played for Kotoko in 2009 before leaving to FC Basel – his first European adventure and has been abroad up to date.

Currently, a free agent following the expiration of his contract with Georgian club FC Torpedo, there is a possibility of Inkoom playing in the top-flight again.

“It is possible I will play in the Ghana Premier League because I just finished my contract with my club in Georgia. I am now back home. A lot of local clubs have sent in offers but in the end, I will have to decide with my agent but I believe a comeback to Ghana is very possible because that is where I started,” Inkoom told Connect FM.

Inkoom insists he is not motivated by money, instead, he wants to give the local league a face-lift.

“For me, it’s not only about the money. Though the money is important because nobody will want to work and not be paid at the end of the day but the major focus is to put our local league on the map. Look at the crowd Sulley Muntari pulled in Tamale,” he added.

Asamoah Gyan made a return to play for Legon Cities, Sulley Muntari followed suit by signing for Hearts of Oak. Inkoom could be next.

Francis Hema, Connect 97.1FM.

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