Posted On Monday, 12th August 2013
English side Tottenham are among the the FIVE foreign clubs seeking to talented Ghanaian youngster Moses Odjer, his club Tema Youth have confirmed.
Portuguese giants Porto and their arch rivals Benfica have also expressed interest in signing the player since he excelled at the recent U20 World Cup in Turkey.
French club Rennes and Tunisia side Club Africain are also in the hunt of signing the player who recently turned 17.
Italian newspapers reported last week that Udinese are in talks to complete a move for the youngster but his club Tema Youth says the Serie A club have not slapped in any request.
“There have been a number of offers for Moses but obviously nothing concrete has taken place between my club and Udinese,” Tema Youth chief Wilfred Kwaku Osei told Radio XYZ.
“Odjer attracted offers from Porto, Benfica, Tottenham Club Africaian and Rennes.”
Tema Youth must release the player to a foreign club otherwise they will find it hard to keep him as they will play in the second tier following their relegation.
The player’s parents are also keen for him to move abroad as they have been involved in negotiations for the minor to move.
Odjer has attracted interest from several clubs across the globe including Ghanaian giants Kotoko.