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Ghana defender Inkoom claims Norwich City interest

Posted On Friday, 13th December 2013
Samuel Inkoom claims Norwich are interested in signing him

Samuel Inkoom claims Norwich are interested in signing him

Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom claims he’s being tracked by English side Norwich City, Daily Star has reported.

The centre-back, who can also double up as a full-back, is in search of regular first-team football in the New Year after falling out of favour at Dnipro.

The 24-year-old is keen to find a way out of the Ukrainian outfit ahead of the World Cup in Brazil next summer to make sure he features in the Ghana squad.

Dnipro are open to the sale in order to get Inkoom off their wage bill, who has failed to nail down first-team place.

Several clubs from England’s top flight are reportedly interested in the player’s services, but the Canaries are leading the chase to sign the defender in the winter window.

“It is very important for me to be playing week in, week out with the World Cup coming up next summer,” Inkoom said.

“I have not been allowed to do that for Dnipro and I hope to find a new club in January.

“I have had the chance to move to the Premier League in the past and I will not miss the chance this time if the right offer comes along.”

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Boro says:

    I am very sorry for what is happening to you. However, casting my mind back i think you must be partly be blamed. You were playing week in amd out when you were at fc basel and when we advised you not to follow money but consider the playing time you are enjoying to develop your career you came out to deny this. You further stated that Ramos is one of the best coaches bla, bla, bla. One thing you people should see is that some of us have been following this game for quiet a long time and therefore can read between the lines. You see all we said and you rejected has come to pass.

  2. texas says:

    Inkoom has never been a center back……come again writer.

  3. iantwii says:

    These players have very bad mentors. Money hungry managers who do not have the players well being at heart. See? such a fine player’s career is being jeopardized. God will punish that coach Ramos.

    • iantwii says:

      Arsene Wenger of Arsenal is doing the same thing to Frimpong just because he opted to play for ghana and not england. Same situation forced Welbeck to play for engalnd instead of ghana. Fergusson would have dumped him like frimpong. God go punish them all.

  4. NANA YAW says:

    Inkoom I’m wishing you all the best. You see i said the same thing people are saying when you left to Ukraine. Signing for Dnipro wasn’t the best Choice. You were one of the best players in Basel’s line up then. Why now???? Again Rabiu’s signing to Kuban and Wakaso to Kazan. All these signings are fucked up.

    • jah liveth says:

      You are on point. Yes we agree that you play for the money but you have to see the bigger picture and be strategic in what club you go to. I remember when Eto moved to the Russian league in that big money move BBC Africa sports interviewed Inkoom on the issue. All Inkoom said was as for him he plays for the money and thats what its all about. If you observe Rabiu and Wakaso, their form has deeped.

  5. danny alvez says:

    inkoom is a shaky defender and hes always giving the balls to opponents. the guy doesn’t even have a club yet hes playing for the national team. i wonder what will happen if portugal decides to use ronaldo on the wings when they face ghana. i think we should stop dreaming cos there is no way we will make it out of this group. Lets be honest our 2 and 3 sucks.





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