Ghanaian defender Seth Konadu has revealed it will be highly unlikely he remain with CS Sfaxien following their success in the CAF Confederations Cup.
The 23-year-old helped the Tunisian side clinch the second tier African club competition trophy with a 3-2 aggregate scoreline against TP Mazembe.
The Ghanaian full back is being tracked by several clubs in Europe following his consistent displays this season.
Konadu who harbours the ambition of joining an elite European club now says the flooding offers coming in are too much to turn down with just some few months left to run on his existing contract with Sfaxien.
“I am in my last season with Sfaxien and it has been a big headache for them,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“The next step I believe will be to go to Europe which for now is 80 percent certain that I will leave to an European club.
“There are also other teams here in Tunisia who are interested but it is likely I will move to Europe.”