Goalkeeper Ernest Sowah has confirmed leaving Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko on mutual terms.
The former Berekum Chelsea stopper met with the top hierarchy of the Porcupine Warriors on Friday and will now decide his next destination with his family.
“I have mutually terminated my contract with Kumasi Asante Kotoko and everything has been taken it in good faith.
“I am very excited and happy for this because I have gone through a lot and I’m happy for this.
“I will return home and plan my next move with my family,” Sowah told Kumasi-based Fox FM.
He further added that the treatment meted out to him at Kotoko at the latter stages of his contract will be a great lesson in his career and even off the pitch.
“I’ve grown and Kotoko was another stage in my career. I have learned a lot from all that happened at the club and it’s a great lesson as I move on with football and my life,” he said.
The Accra-based goalie has been strongly linked with a move to Hearts of Oak. Touching on a possible move, the top goalkeeper says he is ready for any club that meets his demands.
“I’m open to joining any club, I have been out of active football for long and I need a club to revive myself, so I’m open to any club,” Sowah noted.