Christopher Nettey has written an emotional farewell after confirming his departure from Asante Kotoko.
This follows the expiration of Nettey’s contract after his three years stay with the club.
The 24-year-old wrote on his Facebook: I thank you AsanteKotoko SC family so much for giving me the opportunity to serve you. I will forever be grateful and cherish every moment I worked here. I wish you success and the best of luck in your future endeavors.”
The defender had been with the club since arriving from Attram De Visser in 2019 when he was 21. He helped the Ghanaian powerhouse to win last season’s Ghana Premier League.
Nettey made 62 appearances in all competitions for the GPL giants across the three years he spent at the club, scoring once in the process having justified himself as one of the important players at the club with his consistent performances which later earned him a call-up to the Ghana national team.
He is now open to joining any club as free agent. He has been linked to Accra Hearts of Oak.
It is believed that ex-Kotoko deputy coach, David Ocloo who currently works as the assistant manager for the Phobians is in talks with the 24-year-old defender who has picked up as one of the best defenders in the league and could join as possible replacement for ex-captain Fatawu Mohammed.