Ghanaian striker Michael Sarpong could move to the South Africa top flight league in the coming summer transfer window.
Sarpong signed for Rwandan outfit AS Kigali on a three-month deal on Thursday to keep fit after terminating his contract with Saudi Arabian team Al Nahda and he has hinted that he has some offers for the summer.
“I have offers from South Africa and some other places but everything will be decided in the summer.” Sarpong told sportsworldghana.com
“I have signed a three-month deal with AS Kigali so that I can maintain a good form for the summer. I am going all out with AS Kigali.”
Sarpong previously had a successful spell in Rwanda with Rayon Sports in 2018/2019 where he sixteen league goals propelled them to the title.