Michael Sai set for Medeama departure

Published on: 09 September 2016

Michael Torgbor Sai has reiterated desire to leave Medeama SC over lack of playing time.

The former Ghana Youth international is poised to leave the Mauves having grown tired of warming the bench.

The goalkeeper has a three-years running contract with the club after joining in the off season from Berekum Chelsea as a back-up to the club captain Muntari Tagoe, but the emergence of Daniel Agyei has pushed him down the pecking order.

And Sai, who was voted as the Best goalkeeper in 2011 MTN FA Cup win over Asante Kotoko in the grand finale expressed desire to quit the club to seek for playing time elsewhere.

“I’ve informed the club of my intentions to leave because I can’t continue to sit on the bench. I’ve reached a place in my career where I have to play regular and it is my wish to continue here, but if the situation doesn’t change, I‘ll walk away and I‘ve told them of my wish,” he exclusively told FootballGhana.com.

“The last time we met, we discussed about my enticement fee, which has not been paid since signed and I have been talking to them in that aspect too. I’ve had meeting upon meetings with them, but the signs doesn’t look good and like I said, I don’t hear from them before the last game of the season then I will know the step to take.”

Michael Sai was part of the Black Satellite team that won Bronze in the 2013 Under-20 World Cup in Turkey.