Former Hearts of Oak striker, Bernard Arthur says he will opt to play for a Ghanaian club that tables a good offer.
The 24-year-old last played for Albanian top flight side, FK Apolonia which he left in nine months following a misunderstanding with a member of the technical team.
Arthur who has played for three different clubs in Ghana, was asked if he is willing to play in the local again.
He spoke to fast rising Africa sports portal, Africa-Foot.com.
“18 clubs we have, I think I did a little in Hearts.
“But due to one or two things which is normal in the football world.
“But for now, 18 clubs and one who tables good offer why not.” Bernard Arthur told Africa-Foot.com.
Arthur’s rich domestic experience include stints at the then Feyenoord now West Africa Football Academy.
A long football journey with current premier league strugglers, Liberty Professionals and a brief stint at premier league leaders, Hearts of Oak.
His move outside Ghana has seen him play for Tanzanian club, Azam FC and Algerian side, Aïn M’lila.
He spent nine months at Albanian club, FK Apolonia which he joined in September 2020.