Inter Allies Technical director Willie Klutse has confirmed Victorien Adebayor’s move to Danish outfit HB Koge.
Yesterday, it was reported by GHANAsoccernet that Nigerien striker Victorien Adebayor was on the verge of joining sister club Koge on a two-year deal.
The reports has however been confirmed by Inter Allies Technical director Willie Klutse in an interview with Ghana’s number one Sports Station Happy 98.9FM.
“Adebayor will not be returning to Ghana because he is currently in negotiations with a club in Denmark for a transfer move. Talks are far advanced between the two clubs and the deal will happen”, he told Odiasempa Kwame Oware on Wamputu Sports.
Willie Klutse stated that the deal was best for the two parties as Adebayor’s exit will reduce the financial burden on the club due to his colossal wages.
“He is a professional player so his contract and conditions were very high. He does not stay in our club house. We rented an apartment for him together with his family. Now we are not playing football we cannot keep him because his wages are too much, so its good that we let him go”.
“We provided everything for him to deliver and that is what you are supposed to do when you have such a top player in your team,” he concluded.
He added that Adebayor played for Inter Allies because he believed it was the club to help him secure a move to Europe.
Adebayor was the leading scorer in the just annulled 2019/20 Ghana Premier league season. The 23 year old bagged 12 goals in 14 games.