By Patrick Akoto
Ex-Hearts of Oak midfielder Obed Ansah says he will decide his club future in the next four weeks.
The 24-year-old joined second-tier side Tarkwa United after he refused to extend his contract at Hearts of Oak in 2011.
The mercurial midfielder was heavily involved in the National Division One campaign until the League went on an indefinite break to allow for a number of disciplinary cases at the Ghana Football Association to be cleared.
The exciting enforcer, linked with South African side Bloemfontein Celtic in the past, says he will sort out his club future by the close of this month.
“I went to play for Tarkwa United because sitting down wouldn’t have helped my career, therefore I needed to be active,” Ansah said
“I must say it was a good time out there. I enjoyed all of the 6 or 7 games I played with them before the league was suspended.
“My agent says a club in Europe has a deal for me so we are waiting on it. I will decide next month where I will play my trade next season before the various leagues kick off.
“But I am willing to sign for any club which tables a good offer for my services.”
The latest situation could a alert a number of local clubs including Champions Asante Kotoko who were heavily linked with the pocket-size midfielder in the past.