Edwin Jesse said it was time to move to a new place. Here is what he told modernghana.com:
“It was not bad in Bulgaria during the pandemic, because there were fewer cases of coronavirus infection. The only unpleasant thing was that nothing worked except the grocery stores. We recently resumed training and I am very pleased with that.
Edwin Jesse is increasingly eager for the matches to begin
The future of the Ghanaian athlete is still unclear
During the pandemic, I spent my days in a hotel room. Sometimes I ran in the park. My PS4 was with me and so I stayed closed longer. It is not true that I was quarantined. I do not know why they spread such information. I have been in Bulgaria for four months. Why should I be quarantined? They said I was going home to Ghana. How should I have traveled to the country when there were no flights?
It will be strange to play in front of empty stands. These are my expectations. They will be like friendly matches, because then we do not play in big stadiums, but more often on training grounds. It will be very strange.
I will be honest. People expect me to change my team. I think it’s time to move to a new place in two years in Sofia.
I was in the USA for six months, but I came back and performed well with the CSKA team. I think it’s time to move on. Besiktas is a very big club. I can’t say much about this information, but let’s see what happens, “Jesse said.