Karela United assistant coach Steven Abugri says Emmanuel Keyeke’s exit will not affect the team performance’s ahead of the league start next month and the club will get a better replacement.
The midfield maestro left the Ayinese-based outfit to join Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko in the ongoing transfer window.
According to the assistant coach, Keyeke is not the best player at his position and the club will definitely get a suitable replacement for the midfielder.
“He is a good player but not the best player in Ghana and it possible we will get a good player better than him. We will get someone better or of his type in our team”, he told Happy FM.
“We will definitely get his type in the team. That is why the club is still doing recruitment to replace him”.
Karela United have made some new signings to strengthen their squad ahead of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.
Karela United begin their league campaign against Berekum Chelsea with the 2020/21 season set to kick off next month.