Ghanaian defender Samuel Inkoom says he considered consistent playing time before accepting an offer to play in Bulgaria after FIFA finally lifted his one-year suspension.
Inkoom, 29, signed for Bulgarian first team side Dinav Rousse after a long ban on him was lifted by FIFA a fortnight ago.
And the right back who hopes to be in Ghana’s squad for this year’s AFCON tells FOX FM that he chose to play in Bulgaria because of guaranteed playing time.
“I had several offers from many other countries but I chose Bulgaria because of playing time,” he mentioned.
“I had offers from Saudi Arabia, Dubai, France and many other countries. But at this point, it’s not about money but to regain my form through consistency and always be playing.
“I have played in Bulgaria before and it will be easier for me to settle here than elsewhere,” he added.
The former Asante Kotoko right-back was banned by FIFA over agency issues but the former Kotoko defender is ready to stage a sumptuous return.