Ghanaian youngster Kamal Sowah has hinted on why he left English Premiership club Leicester City.
Sowah, 21, had spent the previous three seasons on loan at Leicester City’s sister club OH Leuven in Belgium but decided to move to Club Brugge this summer on a four-year deal.
The budding winger pointed that he moved to Club Brugge as he needed playing time which was not certain in the fold of the Foxes.
“I felt I was making progress and that it could work if I got some time,” Sowah told SportMagazine about his time at City.
“I felt a lot of respect too, but not yet that I was close to the A-team. The coaches told me there was still work to do, but every coach says that. Here too.”
Sowah put up a superb display in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night as Club Brugge drew with PSG.