Ghanaian striker Bright Adjei has hinted he could head to Ghana Premier League money-bags Legon Cities FC.
The 25-year-old has emerged on the radar of Aduana Stars and Hearts of Oak following his return to Ghana from Kuwait.
Hearts are on the market for a striker to beef up their strikeforce and have engaged representatives of the player.
Meanwhile Aduana Stars want the former Burgan SC center-forward to return to Dormaa Ahenkro where he earned his name after joining from Tema Youth.
The striker who hails from Dormaa has hinted he could possibly join Accra-based Legon Cities FC.
“My manager has told me Hearts of Oak, Aduana Stars and Legon Cities FC have all expressed interest in me. But, I can’t comment on it now because he is the one who is solely in charge of deciding where I would play next,” he told Kumasi-based Angel FM.
Legon Cities FC are without a win in their opening two games of the Ghana Premier League season and are keen to beef up their striking department with the acquisition of the striker before the Ghanaian window shuts next week.
The striker’s goal against West Africa Football Academy in 2016 was voted CNN Goal of the Week.
By El Akyereko
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