Former Red Star Belgrade defender, Lee Addy, has confirmed he’s in advanced talks with Accra Hearts of Oak over a move in the yet to be opened Ghana Premier League February transfer window.
The 30-year-old has been unattached to any club since last playing for Free State Stars in South Africa during the 2019/20 season.
Addy says he’s a Phobian and will soon bring his experience to the Ghana Premier League to help the club achieve their goals.
“I have always been a Phobian 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, ” he told Starr FM.
“I have been training with Hearts of Oak for some time now and it’s almost a done deal, soon I will let my experience come to bear for all to see that I still have what it takes to help the team achieve more success.”
Hearts of Oak sit 9th on the league log with 17 points after 13 rounds of games.
Their game this weekend against Asante Kotoko is rescheduled to be played later this month because of the Porcupine Warriors’ participation in the CAF Confederation Cup this Sunday.