By Patrick Akoto
New Edubiase striker Emmanuel Baffour says he is not in a rush to move abroad.
The 23-year-old who emerged as the goal king in the recently concluded Ghana Premier League with 21 goals is reported to be on the radar of South Africans side Mamelodi Sundowns.
Sundowns are ready to pay over US$ 800,000 for his services.
But the former Liberty Professionals and Tema Youth attacker says he will bid his time for a move abroad.
“I am not in a rush at all to play in Europe. I believe the right time will come,” Baffour said
“There are a number of clubs who are interested in me but like I said, I will take my time in deciding where I will play next.
“Playing in Europe is the dream of every Ghanaian player and so when the opportunity comes, surely I will embrace it. But the move will have to be right,”
Baffour came close to signing for Turkish side Antalyaspor after passing a medical but both clubs could not reach a deal.