Egypt-based striker Eric Bekoe has issued a ‘come-and-get-me’ plea to Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko as he eyes a return to local football. Bekoe, 23, has recovered from an ankle injury that has kept him out of action for a year.
The former Ghana Premier League top scorer has two more years on his contract with Petrojet but wants to re-launch his career with Kotoko.
”It’s not Kotoko coming for me but it is me who want to play for Kotoko again. I have two more years with Petrojet but have informed Kotoko officials of my burning desire to return home,” Bekoe told Accra-based Citi FM.
”That is where I got my silver from and that is the club that made me who I became until I left, and what better motivation than to come back home and get my career spot on. I have left everything with them and waiting.
He added: “If an ordinary Kotoko fan can fast for you so can deliver, then you can imagine what you will do to give off your best. I am ready to return. It’s all in their hands.”
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