The captain of New Edubiase is bent on playing abroad despite interest from Premier League side Asante Kotoko
New Edubiase skipper Asiedu Attobrah has hinted that he is eyeing a move to Europe when the current Ghana Premier league season ends.
The 21-year-old midfielder who has been the engine of the Bekwai-based club is well convinced that the time has come for him to move abroad for a new challenge.
“I am praying for a foreign contract this summer and I hope I will get it after playing so well in the local league for New Edubiase,” Attobrah told Goal Ghana.
“My preferred destinations are Spain, Italy, France, Portugal and Sweden as these are countries where I can build my self as a young player and hit the limelight.”
Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak are interested in the midfielder and the Porcupine Warriors have written officially for his services.