Adjei Eyes A Move To Hearts, Kotoko

Daniel AdjeiBlack Stars and former Liberty Professionals goalie, Daniel Adjei is back in the country but could look for a new challenge in his career.

Sources close to the player have hinted the Sportscrusader of an intent to join either Accra Hearts of Oak or Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the coming season, dampening hopes of the Liberty faithfuls of seeing their former captain return to their fold.

The player, who fell out of favour with his former employers, Free State Stars in South Africa, is back home and is said to be ready to feature in the 2014/15 edition of the First Capital Plus League.

However his next destination seems unknown as rumours in the media are rife that the goalkeeper who led the Black Satellites to win both the 2009 African Youth Championship and the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, is on his way to Liberty Professionals.

But Sportscrusader’s sources close to the player revealed that, he prefers a move to either of the two most glamorous Clubs in Ghana, i.e. Hearts of Oak or Asante Kotoko.

“We have been talking with him since he came and he is ready to put his career back on track so he is looking at the options available to him. At the moment only a handful of Clubs have approached him but like I said he wants to get the tight one that will best suit his career revival.”

“He will prefer a move to either Hearts of Oak or Kotoko so we are still waiting to see what comes out. However, he doesn’t want any Club where he will be on the bench during matches and that will be key for him in determining his next Club.

Free State Stars early this month, confirmed that they have parted ways with the Ghanaian goalkeeper just a year after he joined the club.

Agyei was placed on the club’s transfer list at the end of last season after battling with injuries during his first season with Stars.

Free State Stars general manager Rantsi Mokoena confirmed that the 24-year-old is no longer with the club following a mutual agreement to terminate his contract that still had two years left to run.

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