The top scorer in the Egyptian league wants a move outside the continent whilst he also waits patiently for his Black Stars call-up
By Edmund Okai Gyimah
Ismaily’s Ghanaian striker is eyeing a move to Europe since that puts him on a bigger stage to showcase his talent.
The former Dreams FC forward netted 12 goals and won the goal king award in the Egyptian top-flight in the just ended season.
“I am ready to move on, I want an European move so that I can prove myself like what I have done in Egypt,” Antwi told Goal Ghana. “The season was okay for me, we started very well, got to a point I got injured and we lost some games but we came back strongly.”
Antwi added: “The Egyptian league is very tough and one of the best on the continent. Lots of good foreign players are here whilst all the best Egyptian players are locally based so the level is high.”
“I have a big reputation in Egypt now after my performance last season so I am very determined to work even harder if I remain there and will urge the fans to always have patience and stand by me,” Antwi opined.
The fine form of Antwi has caught the eyes of giants Zamalek and Al Ahly. and many European clubs