Ghanaian forward Hafiz Konkoni has bid farewell to Tanzanian champions Young Africans SC, as he sets his sights on a fresh chapter in his football career, as Ghana Soccernet reports.
The 24-year-old striker has secured a loan move to Northern Cypriot club Dogan Türk Birliği for the remainder of the 2023-24 season, seeking new opportunities and challenges.
Wontah Konkoni, who initially joined Young Africans SC in July last year from Bechem United, gained attention with stellar performances in the Ghana Premier League. Despite high expectations, his tenure with the Tanzanian champions did not unfold as anticipated. According to Transfermarkt, the players current market value is estimated at €125,000.
The striker is expected to return to Young Africans SC after the loan spell at the end of the season. The official club statement on the transfer emphasized the goodwill behind the move, stating, “Best of luck to Hafiz Konkoni who has joined Dogan Türk Birliği Cyprus on loan until the end of the season.” The sentiment reflects the club’s acknowledgment of the player’s decision and their support for his endeavors.
During his brief tenure with Young Africans SC, Konkoni managed to contribute one goal in five appearances during their campaign in the CAF Confederation Cup. The loan move presents an opportunity for Konkoni to showcase his skills in a new football environment, and fans eagerly anticipate his contributions in Northern Cyprus.