Former Black Stars defender Lee Addy has revealed that he is hoping to secure a club before the season starts in October after disclosing that he is talking with three Ghana Premier League clubs.
According to Lee Addy, he is in talks with Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and Ashanti Gold after his return to the country from an unsuccessful spell in Ethiopia.
Addy was among a contingent of Ethiopia-based Ghanaian footballers recently evacuated back home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking to Max 89.7 FM, Addy said “I am talking to three clubs Kotoko, Ashanti Gold, and Hearts of Oak and we hope to come to a conclusion soon.”
“Hearts and Kotoko are like Barcelona and Real Madrid but I also respect AshGold very well, so any of them that gives me a good offer I will gladly accept.
“I am a footballer and will take any offer which is good for me, it could be in Africa or Europe and I will embrace the offer.”
Lee Addy played for Berekum Chelsea in the top-flight before moving abroad to continue his playing career.
The 30-year-old was a member of Ghana’s 2010 World Cup squad.
After a fine showing for the Black Stars at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations in Angola and the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the Accra-born joined Serbian side Red Star Belgrade.
The defender moved on to play for Croatian folds Dinamo Zagreb and Lokomotiv Zagreb before joining Cukaricki in the summer of 2015.