Nordsjaelland boss hints on possible Donyoh departure
FC Nordsjaelland sports director Carsten Jensen has reiterated that Ghana striker Godsway Donyoh is opened to a move outside the Farum Stadium.
The in form striker recently extended his contract with Nordsjaelland up to the summer of 2021 but his superb outing has attracted a number of big clubs across Europe.
Carsten pointed out that it is business that they are doing and they will not hold on to the 24-year-old forward.
“It is an important signal that although Donyoh has just extended, he is still attractive to other clubs. We as a club must be able to extend contracts of our players and at the same time capitalize on it and sell them in the market.”Carsten V. Jensen told tipsbladet.
“Godsway is not going to play here for 10 years, he will surely move. I know Godsway feels that he wants to make a solid impression here in FC Nordsjælland and in the Super League before he tries something new, and I think he is well in the process.”
“I think that a very important thing in this case is that he is no longer inferior to a transfer because he has just extended his contract,” he added.
Donyoh joined Nordsjaelland in 2016 as a free agent and has netted 22 goals in 54 Superliga games.
He is currently on the wanted list of Everton, Celtic and a host of other clubs.