Ghanaian midfielder, Edmund Addo is nearly leaving Moldovan goliaths FC Sheriff Tiraspol toward the finish of the progressing football season.
His representative, Oliver Arthur affirmed this advancement in an interview on Angel TV. He said;
“It is reasonable he (Edmund Addo) will move to another Club next season, this could be his last season at Sheriff since there are loads of offers on the table.”
“Offers from the Netherland, Serbia and Belgium and generally possible the player will move, around 95% set that he will leave.”
The previous FK Senica star, has been exceptional for the Yellow and Blacks since going along with them, having laid down a good foundation for himself as a pillar in the group and assumed a crucial part in their UEFA Champions League crusade this season.
He has shown up for his club up until this point this season with an objective to his belt in all rivalries yet experienced a difficulty as of late which saw him miss Ghana’s World Cup qualifiers end of the season games against sworn opponents and neighbors, Nigeria last month.
Be that as it may, the 21 year old at last returned right into it and highlighted in FC Sheriff’s 2-3 triumph over Dinamo-Auto last Tuesday to progress into the last of the Moldovan association cup.