Ghanaian teenager Opoku Antwi has told GHANAsoccernet.com he wants a move away from Tunisia next season.
The former Bofoakwa Tano midfielder has played a bit-part role in CS Sfaxien’s charge at the league title where they currently lie third with eight games remaining.
The youngster has seen his stock raise since he joined Sfaxien during the transfer window after he parted ways with Club Africain over allegations of racism.
He has featured three times in the last four games but the 20-year-old is relishing the prospect of moving to a top European side when his current deal expires the end of the season.
He told GHANAsoccernet.com: ”I am supposed to sign another contract but I have not decided yet. I am praying that by the end of the last 8 matches I will get a better club in Europe.”
”The situation here is better than when I was with Club Africain but I really want to move on from here. I am still young and have a lot of years ahead of me and I haven’t decided whether I will sign for them or not.”
Antwi is the younger brother of Black Stars and Al Sadd winger Opoku Agyeman.
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