With no hope of making Pep Guardiola’s first team squad, one of Manchester City’s loan legion, Divine Naah, has decided to make a permanent move away from the Etihad, TMW reports.
The 21-year-old attacking midfielder joined the Blues in 2014, one of many to have arrived in Manchester from Ghana’s Right to Dream academy. Other than a spell at NAC Breda in the Netherlands, Naah has been sent to Scandinavian sides, with loan periods at Strømsgodset (Norway), FC Nordsjælland (Denmark) and Örebro SK (Sweden).
Having made up his mind to leave the Etihad permanently, Naah has new interest from the Iberian Peninsula in the form of Portugese Primeira Liga side Vitória Guimaraes and Spanish La Liga outfit Alavés.
The Ghanaian youngster has one year left on his existing Man City deal, with his contract due to run out in June 2018.