Enugu Rangers and Ghanaian international, Nana Bonsu has confirmed his readiness to return home to the Ghana Premier League after seven years.
The former Ghana U-17 star joined the Nigerian side on a free transfer after parting ways with AshantiGold in December 2015.
The return of, Asamoah Gyan Sulley Muntari and Samuel Inkoom has become the landmark for the foreign-based players to follow.
Nana Bonsu’s current contract with the Rangers will come to an end after the season and he has confirmed to part ways with the club to follow the steps of the aforementioned footballers.
The 33-year-old goalkeeper, 2020 revealed on Kumasi-based Wontumi Radio that no Ghanaian teams can match the salary he earns at Enugu Rangers but now seems to accept a call from any GPL side.
The former Ashantigold shot-stopper confirmed the possibility of his GPL return on Tuesday morning to Ghanasportspage.com, claiming “I will be happy to return home because I am not older than Sulley and Inkoom. If they can play as well as Asamoah Gyan then why not. I will play but it depends on the negotiations with the clubs and I am ready for any club, Bonsu declared.
He also touched on his current deals with the Nigerian side and what to do next after the season.
“I have spent seven years with my club and this is my last season and that will be the end of my contract not like I am quitting. Sometimes in football, we push forward but not backward and I’ve seen the home league has become more attractive that’s why I have planned for return but anything bad,” Bonsu told Ghanasportspage.com
The Ghanaian international has played a vital role for Enugu Rangers after helping Flying Antelope to win the Nigerian championship in 2016 and also helped them to make it to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup back-to-back.