Ghanaian import and Rangers goalkeeper, Nana Bonsu claims no Ghanaian club can match his monthly earnings at Nigerian top-flight side Enugu Rangers FC.
Bonsu had spells in Ghana with clubs like AshantiGold SC, Real Tamale United, Berekum Chelsea, Heart of Lions and Liberty Professionals before heading to Nigeria in 2016.
The former Ghana U-17 shot stopper revealed that the highest salary he earned whilst plying his trade in Ghana was GhC400.00
“I played for five clubs in Ghana but my salary wasn’t even up to 500 cedis as a player,” he reacted, during a Radio interview.
“AshantiGold SC was the club that paid me much but I was receiving 400 cedis then to RTU they were also paying me 300 cedis, for Liberty Professionals I was receiving just 50 cedis and that was 2005/06, Berekum Chelsea did pay me 200 cedis; Lions too I was receiving 300 cedis,”
“No club in Ghana can pay what am receiving here as salary so I won’t bother myself to reveal that to the public, no club and I say no club can pay what am receiving now.”
Bonsu has been a key figure for the Enugu based side since joining, having helped them win the Nigerian championship in 2016.
He also played a vital role when Enugu Rangers made it to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup back-to-back.