Former Hearts of Oak attacker Ollenu Ashitey says money was an instrumental factor when left the club to join rivals Asante Kotoko.
The attacker left the Phobians to their bitterest rivals the Porcupines in 2017. However, the player’s stay at the club did not go according to plan has an unfortunate accident landed him at the hospital had a huge effect on his career.
Speaking to Sikka FM, Ollenu Ashitey admitted he left Hearts to join Kotoko and because of money and even though he did not have the best of times at Kotoko, he has no regrets joining them.
Speaking in an interview, the midfielder revealed that the money offered by the Chinese club was too good to turn down.
I don’t regret and I’ll never regret leaving Hearts of Oak for Kotoko. I left Hearts of Oak for Asante Kotoko because of the ‘good money’ they offered me. Life is all about money after God”, the 25-year-old attacker shared.
Ollenu Ashitey left Kotoko to join Accra Great Olympics in 2019 but has this year secured a transfer to Techiman Eleven Wonders.
He hopes it will give him the platform to relaunch his career when the suspended Ghana Premier League season resumes.