Black Stars midfield dynamo, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has intimated his utmost believe in the challenges that comes with life.
Badu, 26, was a lynchpin at Italian side Udinese but left to join Turkish club Bursaspor in a season-long loan deal after spending seven years with the Bianconeri Friuliani.
Speaking on Happy FM with Joe Debrah, the hardworking midfielder asserted that he has not regretted joining Busarspor on loan.
“Life is all about challenges and as a man you need to challenge yourself in life so when the Bursaspor offer came I didn’t hesitate to go for it.”
Badu, who is fondly remembered for scoring the last penalty that won Ghana the World U-20 World Cup in 2009 labelled the Turkish Super Lig as highly competitive.
“I never knew the Turkish Lig was that competitive until I came here. There are a lot of quality players from across the globe playing for different clubs in Turkey so in terms of quality I can say it’s one of the best.” Badu told Happy FM.
Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu played full throttle of Bursaspor’s 0-1 defeat to Istanbul Basaksehir on Friday, at the Fatih Terim Stadium in Istanbul in Turkey.