The midpoint explains the reasons for his inability to clinch a move to the Phobias before the 2020-21 deadline
Ghana’s World Cup defender Lee Addy in 2010 revealed that a lack of agreement with Hearts of Oak had made a move to the club for the current season.
After returning from a spell in Ethiopia, the midfielder strongly linked to the Phobias after being seen wearing the outfit.
He was expected to join the Accra-based team, which eventually won the league, but the transfer could not materialize and has left him without a club so far.
“Nothing happened,” Addy said of the agreement, which was eventually finalized. Starr Sport.
‘I just could not reach an agreement with the management of Hearts of Oak for an agreement.
‘Everyone was fine with me, I’m proud to have joined [for the training spell] them at a very difficult time. ‘
Last year, Addy was among a group of stranded Ghanaian footballers who had to be evacuated from Ethiopia following a public plea following the outbreak of coronavirus disease.
On his return, he told the media that he was in talks with Ghana’s two biggest clubs Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak, while he wanted to return to the Premier League.
“I’m talking to three clubs Kotoko, Ashanti Gold and Hearts of Oak and we hope to reach a conclusion soon,” the 31-year-old said. Max FM in August last year.
“Hearts and Kotoko are like Barcelona and Real Madrid, but I also respect AshGold very well, and I will gladly accept it if I make a good offer.
“I am a football player and take every offer that is good for me, it could be in Africa or Europe and I will accept the offer.”
With the GPL 2020-21 on Sunday, Addy will hope to return when the championship returns next term.
“I watched a few games in the stadium and the talent and everything is great,” Addy said of the ongoing domestic campaign.
“I really admire the FA for arranging a successful Premier League season in the Ghana 2020-21 series, with more fat on their elbow.”
Addy represented Ghana during the 2010 World Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations.