Grant drops hint of Ghana exit after Afcon

The Black Stars coach could be preparing life elsewhere after his campaign at the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon

Ghana coach Avram Grant has dropped another hint of a possible departure from the team after their Africa Cup of Nations campaign in Gabon.

Speculation over his next move has intensified off late, with reports suggesting the former Chelsea manager could return to the Premier League to join Swansea City.

The 61-year-old’s contract with the Black Stars will expire after the 2017 Afcon.

“I came for two years in Ghana, we extended to two years and three months because we qualified for the Nations Cup,” Grant told BBC.

“I will always take good memories from here, but hopefully the last memory will be the best one,” he added.

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Grant guided Ghana to finish second at the 2015 Afcon.

The Black Stars defeated Mali 1-0 on Saturday thanks to a strike from captain Asamoah Gyan, booking their place in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Afcon with six points.

Ghana will play Egypt in the final group game on Wednesday.

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