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Chelsea Chase Adiyiah

Dominic Adiyiah

Dominic Adiyiah

Latest reports gathered by DAILY GUIDE SPORTS indicate that English Premiership giants Chelsea are chasing the signature of Ghana’s U-20 World Cup winning star . 

It would be recalled that following his exploits at the recent U-20 World Cup in Egypt where he won the Best Player and Goalking awards, the Ghanaian goal-poacher attracted the interest of top European teams, compelling his agent to hold talks with his current team Fredrikstad in a bid to make the Norwegian side allow the young striker move to a bigger club without any hindrance if an offer is made. 

The player himself has indicated that though he would like to play in England, Italy or Spain, he is ready to ply his trade in any European country.     

With the report that Chelsea want the £4.5m-rated Adiyiah, it is expected that the player’s agent would not let the opportunity for his lad to shine in Europe, slip by. 

Nonetheless, one bottleneck is the ban placed on Chelsea from signing any new player until January 2011. 

The Blues are however confident the ban will be lifted after they launched an appeal. FIFA had accused them of illegally inducing a French youth-team player, Gaël Kakuta to join the club in 2007. 

who was arguably the break-out player of the  just ended FIFA Under-20 World Cup hosted in Egypt, has a penchant for scoring goals, topping the goal-king chart while playing for local side Heart of Lions. 

He burst onto the world soccer scene, scoring goals freely after forming a formidable striking partnership with Ransford Osei for the Black Satellites. With his immense physical presence, Adiyiah is more than just a target-man- he is also a lethal forward. 

Adiyiah began his career with the Feyenoord Academy and played with the team in the 2006 One Touch League. He then joined Heart of Lions, where he scored eleven goals the previous season. 

Source: Daily Guide

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