By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Manchester City have recalled Godsway Donyoh from his loan spell at Djurgarden but the English side say they will be farming out the Ghanaian on loan again.
The 19-year-old spent last season on loan with the Swedish top flight club immediately after signing for the Premier League giants.
City intend to aid the development of the Right to Dream Academy graduate through successive loan spells before eventually promoting him to the first team.
The English giants now look to send the youngster on another loan spell after recalling him from Djurgarden where he made just nine first team appearances.
“Regarding Godsway, Manchester City believes that he should play more to develop into a player for City’s A-squad,” Man City Sports Director Bosse Andersson said.
“We have found it hard to promise, and therefore he returns to England and Man City to find a new place that is suitable.”
City have used the same loan policy for fellow Ghanaian youngster Mohammed Abu who has again been told to look for a new loan destination.