Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey will play his last match for Strømsgodset on Sunday after opting not to extend his expiring contract with the Norwegian giants, ending his seven-year stint with the club.
The 26-year-old, who is the captain of the title holders, decided on Friday not to extend his contract as the season in Norway comes to an end.
With offers flowing in from Norwegian, Danish clubs and other European clubs, the Ghana top shot stopper will leave the club to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
The match against Molde which is the last of the season will be his last for the club led captained to the league title last season.
The goalkeeper, who plays for Ghana at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil has confirmed that Sunday’s match against Molde will be his last for Strømsgodset who are unable to meet his contract extension terms.
“It will be my last. Yes indeed,” Kwarasey said.
Kwarasey joined Stromsgodset from rivals Vålerenga in 2007 as a youngster and has been the club’s first choice since 2010.
Kwarasey says he will join a new club soon as this will strengthen his bid to be the permanent Ghana first choice goalkeeper.
He helped Strømsgodset to the league title last year and are currently in fourth place in the Norwegian premier league this season.
Molde have already been declared champions for this season.
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