Medeama striker Prince Opoku Agyemang has revealed why his loan spell at South African side Cape Town City was cut short.
The striker left Ghana in October 2020 on an initial one year loan deal just before the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season started.
However Medeama cut short the striker's loan deal four months into the contract and had to return home.
It still remains a mystery why the mauves and yellows decided to cut short the player's deal as he was doing relatively well in the Rainbow nation with a goal and an assist in seven games.
Prince Opoku Agyemang has divulged the reason why he left South Africa based club Cape Town city to return to Medeama.
Prince in an interview with KUMASI FM, said "Cape Town city was 10th on the South African league table so they were seeking to strengthen their attacking machinery and they came for me on loan to propel them on the league ladder."
"When I went there, I was playing very well as I was doing with Medeama but they were having a striker from Zambia whose papers weren't ready and that was why they came for me."
Unfortunately, according to South Africa rules, every club has the right to use five foreign based players so when the Zambian striker got ready, one of the foreigners had to be sacrificed so I was used because my loan deal had expired.
The club President is still following me at Medeama and everyone was sad when I was coming because I excelled in my six continuous games for them." He concluded.