Former Accra Hearts of Oak forward Kwame Kizito says he is ready t enter into negotiations with home-based clubs who may need his services after terminating his contract with Libyan side Al Ittihad.
The 2017 WAFU winner, last week cancelled his contract with Libyan club Al Ittihad Tripol in a few weeks ago.
”I personally terminated my contract with Al Ittihad due to unrest in the country. The atmosphere at various stadia is mostly terrifying, fight here and there including players at times, playing away matches is very difficult due to security issues, it wasn’t safe for me and I decided to terminate my contract” revealed told Kumasi Fox Fm.
According to the player in the interview he stated clear that he’s available for negotiations with any team in the country provided they can meet his demands.
‘’I have offers from aboard but my agent is in charge and will listen to offers if deemed good,’’ he added
Kizito joined Al Ittihad on three- year deal during January transfer window from Hearts.
He scored 7 goals in 12 appearances for the red and white family and also won the Libyan Cup.