Ghanaian forward Kamal Sowah remains unwavering in his ambition to play in the English Premier League (EPL), despite setbacks in his career so far.
The 23-year-old, who was with Leicester City from 2018 to 2021, never had the opportunity to feature for the Foxes’ first team.
After a series of loan spells, Sowah was transferred to Belgium Pro League side Club Brugge, where he faced challenges in reaching his full potential.
In the 2022/23 season, Sowah had a mixed performance, prompting his move to Standard Liège on a season-long loan.
This transfer also marked his reunion with coach Carl Hoefkens, with whom he had previously worked at Club Brugge.
Sowah has enjoyed an impressive start to life at Standard Liege, netting two goals in just five league appearances.
When asked about his aspirations to play in the English Premier League, he confidently stated, “Don’t all Africans, all Ghanaians do it? And yes, I still believe I have it in me. Otherwise, I would have stopped playing football already,” in an interview with De Zondag.
Reflecting on his decision to join Standard Liege and reunite with Hoefkens, Sowah expressed, “I immediately saw that I still had the same bond with Hoefkens. That was all I needed. I am playing football again and I love Liège.”
Kamal Sowah’s determination to reach the highest levels of the sport remains steadfast as he continues to chase his English Premier League dream.