Ex-Asante Kotoko and Ashantigold forward Saddick Adams says he will be glad to join arch rivals Accra Hearts of Oak.
Adams couldn’t hide his actions as he expressed his desire to don the Phobian jersey in his career speaking to Kumasi based Angel FM.
The 30-year- old is currently unattached after parting ways with Lebanese side Al Shabab Bourj last season but has been on the radar of most clubs in the Ghana Premier League with Eleven Wonders been the favorite.
“Of course, I want to play for Accra Hearts of Oak,” Adams told Kumasi-based radio station Angel FM
“I will be glad that I have played for Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.”
“I made a record with Kotoko against Hearts and I want to make the same record with Hearts against Kotoko. I believe it will happen.” he added
Recently, the Ex-Ghana youth vowed never to play for Asante Kotoko a club he featured for in 2017 after a short stint in Cyprus.
He has played for over 13 clubs across Europe, Asian and Africa and a key member of Ghana’s U-17 World Cup squad in South Korea scoring four times.
By: Linus Siaw Nartey