Medeama Sporting Club midfielder, Kwasi Donsu, has urged Ghana Premier clubs to institute a salary structure which will help curb the rampant player exodus in the league.

In a recent 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.

Adding his voice to the growing concern, Kwasi Donsu in an interview with S.K Ntim of Bryt FM in Koforidua said;

“Players travel outside because of money. It is worrying to see local players traveling outside to join clubs below standards. Truth to be told, the Ghana league can be rated ahead of most of the leagues players move to join but it is all about money.”

He continued, “If local players receives better salaries they wouldn’t bother themselves to travel because most of them travel to seek for greener pastures. So I will plead with the clubs to be keen about player salaries in the country”

“It will be prudent for Premier League players to receive a minimum salary of $1000 to curb player exodus,” he said.