Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed-Awal Issah says he could return to the South African top-flight league after a club in that country expressed interest in him.
This comes after the enforcer prematurely cancelling his contract in Greece because of lack of playing time just three months into a one-season loan deal with Veria.
Issah has now returned to his Norwegian club Rosenborg after asking for his loan deal with Greek side Veria to be terminated.
The midfielder signed a one-season loan deal with the Veria with the hope of getting more playing time after he was declared surplus to requirement at Rosenborg.
His torrid continued which resulted in his decision to call for the contract to be abrogated.
Now Issah is eyeing a move back to South Africa where he played for AmaZulu before moving to Europe to play for Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade.
“I’m on my way to South Africa to speak to my agent. There’s a club down there which is interested in signing me. But first I need to talk to Rosenborg so that the parties can talk together,” said Mohammed-Awal Issah.
Issah has two years remaining on his contract with Norwegian giants Rosenborg.