Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh returns to Man City after Falkenberg loan deal

Published on: 27 November 2015
Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh returns to Man City after Falkenberg loan deal
Godsway Donyoh

Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh is expected to return to Manchester City following the expiration of his loan deal at Swedish side Falkenberg.

Donyoh, 20, was snapped up by the English giants in 2013 from Ghana’s Right to Dream Academy.

But he was immediately loaned to Swedish Allsvenskan side Djurgarden the same year.

The Ghanaian striker was subsequently farmed out on loan again to fellow Swedish side Falkenberg after he ended his season-long loan at Djurgarden.

The New York City target will return to the Eastland to ponder on his next destination.

Falkeberg Sporting Hakan Nilsson has revealed the Ghanaian will return to his parent club after refusing a permanent deal at the club

‘We will discuss with Manchester City about Godsway. I have constant deliberations with them all the time but he has met several other clubs and he wants to leave Falkenberg so we will arrange a contract,’ he is quoted by told Halland News.

The hugely talented striker made 13 appearances and scored two goals for Falkenberg last season largely due to injuries.

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