Black Stars and Udinese midfielder, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu says he will leave Udinese if he gets a good offer from another club.
He has been with the club since 2010 after winning the U-20 World Cup in Egypt in 2009 and he is very open to a new challenge.
Last season, he was linked with moves to Stoke City and Watford in the Premier League.
While new surrounding the departure to Stoke did not gather enough momentum, the proposed transfer to Watford was genuinely on the cards due to the fact that both Udinese and Watford were owned by the Pozzo family.
This term, the two clubs in question have not been mentioned in relation to the former Asante Kotoko player but Agyemang Badu is very open to a transfer but he will only do so if the offer is enticing.
“Now that the season has come to end, I leave everything in the hands of my agent. I am in Ghana enjoying my holidays. I have a contract with Udinese and I respect the team.
But who knows? I need more challenges in my life so if a good offer comes my way and the club feels it is worth it, I will go for the challenge but as things stand, it is up to the agent.”
He made 29 league appearances for Udinese in the Serie A but he failed to find the net for the 6th time in his time at the club.
By: Nathan Quao/citifmonline.com/Ghana