Former Hearts of Oak midfielder Romeo Agban says he has opened talks with newly promoted Ghana Premier League side Ebusua Dwarfs.
The 21-year-old was released by the Phobians last season, following series of uninspiring performances but has joined the Cape Coast-based club in a trial and believes he is close inking a deal.
“I will definitely join Ebusua Dwarfs,” Agban told Allsports.
“I started training with the team last week and I think I’ve impressed the technical handlers so talks are underway. Coach J.E Sarpong is one of the veteran coaches in the system and working with him will help improve my career,” he added.
However, Agban revealed that he opted to join Dwarfs to re-launch his career despite interest from other clubs including Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies.
“Before moving to Cape Coast, I held talks with Kotoko but the deal fell through. I started training with Inter Allies but I [later] decided to start all over with Dwarfs since they are one of the biggest clubs in the country,” he said.
Dwarfs qualified back into the premier league after winning Zone Two of the Ghana Division One League with 70 points, eight points ahead of second-placed Elimina Sharks.