Ghana international Lee Addy is on the verge of joining Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak.
Addy, 30, has been training with the Rainbow club for some weeks and is 90% through to sign for the club ahead of the second half of the campaign.
The former Dinamo Zagreb and Red Star Belgrade defender was named in Hearts of Oak’s team that thrashed Hope for Future FC 5-0 in a friendly game at the Acquainas Park on Wednesday. The Ex-Berekum Chelsea player returned to the country last year after a dramatic spell in Ethiopia forced some Ghanaian players to plead for assistance back home due to COVID-19.
Speaking exclusively to Starr Sports, Addy confirmed that his move to Hearts of Oak is almost eighty to ninety percent done
“Well I have always been a Hearts of Oak fan but you know football is purely business now so I told myself I will play for the phobians before I call it a quit and I am relishing that dream now”
“I have been training with them for some time now and its almost a done deal so soon I will let my experience come to bear for all to see that I still have what it takes to help them achieve success “he told Starr Sports
Lee Addy has had stints with Dinamo Zagreb, Red Star Belgrade, Dalian Aerbian and Lusaka Dynamos.