Former Asante Kotoko and Ashantigold FC striker Saddick Adams has offered himself to any local premier league side interested in recruiting his services for the upcoming season.

Adams, 30 years is now a free agent and has told Silver 98.3 FM, he is currently focused on securing a move to a foreign club.

“For now I am keen on a move abroad and will only turn attention to the local clubs should that fail to materialize”, he told Silver FM.

Should a move abroad fail, Adams says he will consider a move to any of the local sides. He was rumored to be joining Techiman Eleven Wonders but he has rebuffed such claims insisting talks broke down over disagreement on personal terms.

He has however indicated his willingness to join any side that show serious interest and approaches him formally.

“When I returned from abroad, Eleven Wonders engaged me in talks but a deal never came to fruition. I have informal approaches to come and help them.

“I am ready to join any club who is ready to work with me. So if a club is ready and they approach me, why not”, he concluded.

Saddick Adams famously bagged a hat-trick to win the FA Cup for Asante Kotoko in 2017.

He has played for the likes of Atletico Madrid, Etoile du Sahel and a host of clubs in Turkey, Serbia and Oman.

Adams was considered by World Soccer magazine as one of the 50 Most Exciting Teenagers on the Planet in their November 2007 issue.