I don't regret leaving Europe to play in Mexico — Clifford Aboagye Featured
25 Apr

I don't regret leaving Europe to play in Mexico — Clifford Aboagye

The former Ghana youth midfielder says he has no regrets about moving to play in South America.
Ex-Ghana U20 star Clifford Aboagye has insisted that he is 'rather grateful and not regretful' with his decision to move to continue his football in the Mexican top-flight league.
Aboagye made a move described by most football fans as a 'shocking switch' from Spanish club Granada to Mexican Liga MX side Atlas FC in 2017.
"Ghanaians are expecting me to be playing in one of the big Leagues in Europe and so far as I have the talent, I believe with hard work I can break through. I am rather grateful and not regretful," Aboagye told TV3's Sports Journalist Juliet Barwuah in an interview on Instagram Live.
"People are thinking I should be at par with my colleagues I played the World Cup without when I back I feel I should be grateful."
He believes there are more years in his football career to consider a move to play in Europe again.
"I feel it is a gradual process and I have a lot of years ahead of of me to continue my career," Aboagye stressed.
The former Inter Allies was among the best players who were tipped to make headlines in world football after the 2013 FIFA U120 World Cup staged in Turkey.
He was named for the Bronze Ball of the tournament after his country, Ghana finished third.
Aboagye was signed by Italian Serie A giants Udinese Calcio around a transfer fee of €610,000 from Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies.
Udinese sold him out to Spanish club Granada after signing him in 2013 where he made 83 appearances with eight goals for the Granada 'B'.
Currently, Aboagye is on a loan at Querétaro FC from fellow Mexican side Atlas FC this season.
He has featured ten times for Querétaro FC in the 2019/20 Mexican Liga MX season so far.
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