Soccer News of Sunday, 14 August 2016
Berekum Chelsea striker Saddick Adams has arrived in Turkey to undergo a trial with second tier side Eskisehirspor, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The former Ghana U17 international, who has been targeted by all of the top clubs in Ghana, will be observed for about two weeks before a decision is taken whether to sign to him.
He met Jerry Akaminko at the club following a proposal from the super-agent Ibrahim Sana to have the striker on observation.
Adams has already been impressive in training and might need some friendly matches before a decision to hand him a contract can be made.
Five clubs including giants Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko were sniffing around the player when the second round transfer window opened.
However the bumper $100,000 demand from Berekum Chelsea forced him to reject the move to the Phobians and Kotoko.
With several clubs in Europe expressing interest in the impressive player, Berekum Chelsea are expecting to cash in massively on the player as compared to giving him to a local side.
Aduana Stars and Asante Kotoko wrote to the hierarchy of Chelsea confirming interest in Adams, but they could not return after they were told to cough out €100,000.
Sadick Adams joined Chelsea as a free agent last season, and his decision has been sensational acquisition, racking up six goals in their first eight league matches.