Young Ghanaian midfielder Salim Adams has joined the second-string side of American club FC Cincinnati on loan, the club has announced.
Adams, 19, joins Cincinnati 2 as a part of the relationships forged between FC Cincinnati, TSG Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga, and Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak.
The former Ghana U20 trainee becomes the first player to arrive from Hearts of Oak as a part of the Common Value Club Alliance which was signed between the three clubs some months ago.
He has scored three goals in his 23 appearances in defensive midfield for Hearts of Oak, including a man-of-the-match performance in the 2022 President’s Cup victory against Asante Kotoko.
Cincinnati can exercise the right to buy the young midfielder should they be satisfied with his performance.
Before joining Hearts on a permanent basis, President of New Edubiase United Abdul Salam Yakubu claimed his outfit turned down a €250,000 offer from the Danish club for the gifted player.