One of the stars dubbed for the future of Ghanaian football is Prince Kwabena Adu of Bechem United.
The player at his young age of 19 has already been selected as part of the Guardian’s Next Generation 2020, a list that features some of the most talented players in the world.
Speaking to the media about his failed move to an European club back in 2021, the striker revealed that it was a big blow to him even though the club (Randers FC) tried everything to sign him.
Prince Adu suffered a serious injury to his knee prior to the move and Randers FC ensured that he was rehabilitated to sign him. However, the move broke down as there were differences in valuation between his club, Bechem United and Randers FC.
He said, “They (Randers FC) were expecting within three to four months the knee will heal and I will start playing competitive matches but after six months, the knee was not healed properly. They asked Bechem United to reduce the transfer fee so they can sign me because of the knee but they couldn’t reach an agreement so I just came back home”.
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