Ghanaian-born Italian winger, Maxwell Boadu Acosty, says he regrets switching nationalities to represent the European nation.
Born in Sunyani, Boadu Acosty moved to Italy at a young age, spending most of his career at Fiorentina.
He decided to represent Italy at international level despite featuring for Ghana’s youth teams, a decision that has proven futile.
“I regret choosing the Italian national team instead of Ghana,” he said as quoted by biz.chosun.com.
After twelve years in Europe, Acosty left Europe for Asia, where he plies his trade in the K-League with FC Anyang.
The former Ghana youth star has been a key player for Anyang, scoring seven goals and providing 11 assist in the 2022 regular season.
In three games in the post season, the 31-year-old has scored a goal for his side.
He won two league titles with the Croatian giants.
Boadu Acosty moved to Italy in 2008 joining Reggiana before he was scooped by Fiorentina a year later. He has also played for Crotone and HNK Rijeka in the past.