Ghanaian Central midfielder Joachim Adukor is being closely monitored and could soon be signed by PAOK Thessaloniki FC in the Greece Super League sportsworldghana.com can report.
Joachim Adukor presently plays for lower tier side OFI Crete F C in Greece.
According to gazzeta report, PAOK FC were in Kallithea recently to monitor the Ghanaian international performance and may officially table a bid for the former Guelph and Trofense stalwart midfielder soon to move to Toumba Stadium.
Adukor 23, before his move to Greece had stints with Gelfe IF in Sweden and Trofense in Portugal.
PAOK currently plays in the top flight Super league Greece, which they have won twice (1975–76 and 1984–85).
They have won also four times the Greek Football Cup (in 1971–72, 1973–74, 2000–01 and 2002–03 seasons)
With a 14th-place finish (1995–96) being the worst position ever achieved, the team has never been relegated to a lower national division since its establishment in 1926, a feat achieved only by rivals Olympiacos and Panathinaikos.
PAOK currently sit on 8th position in the Greece Super League with 20 points,17 points adrift league leaders Olympiacos who have amassed 37 points in 14 games.