By Adeboye Amosu:
Enugu Rangers Ghanaian goalkeeper Nana Bonsu says he could quit the club if he receives a better offer elsewhere, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
The former Ghana U-17 international keeper who played a crucial role in the Flying Antelopes' Nigeria Professional Football League title success in the just concluded season said he is certain he will remain with the club beyond the season.
"I'm happy with how my first season with Rangers went. It was a great achievement to win the league title with one of the biggest clubs in Nigeria in my first season with the club," he told Completesnigeria.com.
"But in football, you can never say or predict what will happen next. If I get offers from other clubs in Nigeria or Africa, I will have to sit down and assess the situation.
"Rangers is a club I love so much. The fans have been good to me as well as my fellow players. The club will remain my first choice in whatever decision I take."
Bonsu linked up with the Coal City side at the beginning of the just concluded season after winning the Ghanian league title with Ashanti Gold.
He was initially the club's third choice goalkeeper behind Emmanuel Daniel and Itodo Akor but was later installed as the first choice after a string of impressive displays.