Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom says he will not consider his club future with FC Dnipro following the attack on his home by armed robbers.
Thieves raided the home of the player while he was on international duty with Ghana’s Olympic team last week and made away with hi-fi equipments, furniture and other household electrical goods.
This has sparked speculations over his future with Juande Ramos’ side especially with top European suitors believed to be keen to land the enterprising right-back.
But the former FC Basel player says he will remain in the city of Dnipropetrovsk to see-out his contract with the Uefa Europa League campaigners.
“I have taken it in good faith and understand that its part of life and these things happen all the time,” Inkoom said.
“I am moving with my life and I’m not thinking about this issue again and also not leaving Dnipro because of this unfortunate incident.”
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