Posted On Saturday, 3rd August 2013
Former Ghana regular Opoku Agyemang has failed his trials at Swedish side BK Hacken and has left the club on Friday after a four day training period, Ghanasoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The 24-year-old arrived at the Rambergsvallen Stadion in Gothenburg on Thursday and was supposed to spend ten days with the club but has left after playing just one game for the U21s.
“Opoku was in Sweden for trials with Hacken but he has left the club on Friday and it is not likely that he would be offered a deal,” a Ghanasoccernet.com Swedish sources reveal.
Free agent is looking for a new club after leaving Bulgarian giants Levski Sofia just some few months into his contract.
Hacken is still trying to find a suitable striker in the mould of Black Stars striker Abdul Majeed Waris and the former AshGold Academy product was invited for trials.
However he did not impress boss Peter Gerhardsson and he was not offered a deal consequently.
A couple of Scandinavian clubs are keeping tabs on the former Al Sadd bullish forward and will invite him for trials.
Agyemang has been capped over ten times by Ghana and was a member of the Ghana’s AFCON squad that lost to Egypt in the 2010 finals in Angola.