Head coach of Bechem United Manuel Zacharias has revealed plans of moving abroad after this season.
The Portuguese tactician, who has been heavily linked to the vacant Accra Hearts of Oak head coach role, insists clubs from Europe and Africa are after his signature hence the chances of him staying in the Ghana Premier league next season is hanging by a slim thread.
Speaking to MoonLite radio presenter NagMensah, Zacharias debunked earlier media reports that Hearts of Oak or any other Ghanaian club had approached him.
“Yes it is a rumour that I have been also hearing, but it is not true.” Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak, Dreams fc and AshantiGold are all clubs rumoured to be in talk with me but i have not talked to anyone of them yet.”
“As I’m speaking I’m waiting for about five clubs in Africa, one from Saudi Arabia, England and Spain who want to give me a job.” He said.
Coach Manuel Zacharias has only been in Ghana for four months and has managed to win the MTN FA Cup with Bechem United despite off the field hard feelings between him and management of the Brong-Ahafo based club.