Berekum Chelsea skipper Saddick Adams has ruled out a possible future transfer move to Hearts of Oak or Asante Kotoko.
According to the former Black Starlets goal poacher he returned to the Ghana Premier League to re-launch his footballing career following unsuccessful stints abroad.
“For me to sign for either Kotoko or Hearts is completely out of the issue,” Adams said.
“Right now, I am not planning on playing for any team again in Ghana after my contract with Berekum Chelsea expires.”
“I was approached by both clubs when I returned to Ghana but I decided to go to Chelsea.
“I am only working hard to make a very good impression by helping Chelsea to a good position and to move back to abroad.
“I am not by this disrespecting both clubs. They are the two biggest clubs in Ghana and are among the biggest clubs in Africa.
“But the truth is that, I won’t play for any of them now.”
Adams is been regarded as one of the outstanding players in the ongoing campaign as he has scored four goals in seven Premier League games.
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