Former Ghana Black Satellite goalkeeper, Eric Ofori Antwi has revealed his dream team.
The Medeama SC Shot stopper in an interview with Kumasi-based Nhyira FM disclosed his desire to Don the famous Red Jersey of Manchester United.
“I dream of becoming the first Ghanaian goalkeeper to play in post for English giants Manchester United in the near future”, he said.
According to the 25-year-old goalkeeper, it is his outmost wish to be a part of the Old Trafford side’s history by becoming their first ever first choice goalkeeper from Africa.
“I want to make history and play for the Red Devils because it is that a hold in high esteem and I cannot wait to see my dream become a reality”, he added.
Ofori – Antwi was Ghana’s Black Satellites number one goalkeeper in the 2013 FIFA U – 20 World Cup where Ghana finished third as bronze medalist.
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko goalkeeper was in the goal post for Ghana’s Black Stars B team during the 2019 WAFU Tournament held in Senegal where he took Ghana to a second placed finish.