Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Felix Anna has urged Ghana Premier clubs to institute a salary structure which will help curb the rampant player exodus in the league.
In a latest report released by CEIS, Ghana is the second exporter of footballers in Africa which supports the fact that local players move out for greener pastures due to low wages.
To this end, the Ghanaian international suggested the implementation of a minimum wage of $1000 a month.
“For me the way Ghana has lots of great football talent, if there is a policy that ensures a minimum salary for football players in the Premier League is $1000, we will have players staying in Ghana to mature enough,”
Felix Annan is one of the longest-serving players at Asante Kotoko, he joined them in August, 2011 from West African Football Academy(WAFA).