Soccer News of Friday, 10 July 2015
Ghana midfielder Clifford Aboagye has hinted he might have to move away from Granada B to finally make the next big move in his career.
The 20-year-old has spent the past two seasons on loan with Granada B in the Spanish league but is originally on the books of Italian side Udinese Calcio.
Aboagye is held in high esteem within the Ghanaian football fraternity but has failed to make a cut with the first team side of Granada in the Spanish league.
Being only one of few players to have represented Ghana twice at the FIFA U-20 world cup Aboagye says he feels it’s time to cease opportunities to make him a better player.
“I have been at Granada for the past two seasons and I am sure they have a reason for keeping me there,” Aboagye told Accra based eTv Ghana.
“At that time it was the best time for me to go on but I want to do more now.
“I have to work extra hard and cease more opportunities to become a better player.
“What I have to do now is to go back for preseason and work hard to become better.”
Aboagye played three times as Ghana was bundled out of the FIFA U20 world cup in New Zealand some few months ago by fellow West African side Mali.