Enugu Rangers goalkeeper Nana Bonsu has disclosed that he is ready to switch nationality from Ghana to Nigeria due to the consistent neglect by the technical handlers of the national team.
Bonsu despite his impressive and consistent outing for the Nigeria club has been overlooked by the technical handlers of the Black Stars.
The former Ashantigold goal keeper is back in Ghana for holidays following the cancellation of the Nigerian Professional League.
Speaking to Angel FM in Kumasi, the goalkeeper expressed his readiness to change his nationality should the opportunity avail itself.
“Nigeria has been in constant talks with me for the past five years to naturalized for them but I want to take money before I will do that”
“So if they agree to pay me some amount of money I will play for them definitely”
“It’s been five season now in Nigeria with marvelous performances yet I don’t get Black Stars opportunities.
“I was nominated in the SWAG best goalkeepers award last year but I was unable to get a call-up.
“So if I don’t play for the Black Stars it won’t worry me because I am happy with how far the Lord has brought me” he said.
Nana Bonsu has previously featured for Berekum Chelsea and Liberty Professional.