Swiss second tier side FC Aarau are close to completing the signing of former Kotoko stalwart defender Ahmed Adams for an undisclosed fee, sources close to both clubs have told SportsworldGhana.com exclusively.
The Black Stars ‘B’ defender is nearing his move to the Aarau based club who plays in the SWITZERLAND Challenge League and his transfer is expected to be complete by the end of next week.
Adams has refused to renew his contract with Asante Kotoko and has therefore been excluded from the FA Cup Champions squad submitted to CAF for this year’s CAF Confederations Cup competition making his move to Stadion Brügglifeld almost a finished deal.
All in all, a deal has certainly been agreed in principle and it should be a done deal by the end of next week once the player undergoes a medical.
”Negotiations between Ahmed Adams and FC Aarau have reached advanced staged and I can confirm to you that an officially would be made soon as soon as re arrives in Switzerland latest mid January January”. an allied of the player disclosed to sportsworldGhana.com exclusively.
FC Aarau formed in 1902 have won the National League A/top League three times, 1912, 1914 and 1993.
They also won the Swiss League Cup in 1982 and won Swiss Cup three-year later in 1985 before emerging Swiss Challenge League champions in 2013.
They currently sit on 7th position in the 2017–18 Swiss Challenge League with 18 points in 17 games with one outstanding match.
They have won four matches, drawn six with 7 defeats.