Full-back Patrick Yeboah has espoused the rationale behind his premature exit at Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko despite having two years left on his contract.

The burgeoning left back joined the Porcupine Warriors from Anyinase based Karela United in 2019 ahead of Asante Kotoko’s CAF Champions League adventure.

The arrival of Ibrahim Imoro, also from Karela United, coincided with reduced game time for Yeboah and thus influenced his decision to make the tough call of exiting the club.

”It’s not because of the arrival of some players.i just want to take on new challenge,” he told Kumasi-based media outlet Oyerepa FM.

He added: ”I am not afraid of challenge but I have to move on. I thank the Kotoko family because they made me who I am.

“Getting enough time to play as a player is very important and it was a reason i decided to terminate my contract with Kotoko,” he ended.

Meanwhile the record holders of the Ghana Premier League have embarked on a pre-season tour to the Eastern regional captial, Koforidua ahead of the upcoming season.

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