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Transfers of Friday, 26 July 2013

Source: footy-ghana

I want Hearts move – Saka tells Aduana

Accra Hearts of Oak’s long-time-target Godfred Saka has expressed his desire to make a move to the former league champions after spending four seasons at the Dormaa-based club.

Saka, who graduated from the “Right to dream” football Academy, has arguably been the most consistent right-back in the Ghana Glo league since 2010 and he is the most sought after local player in his position.

Both Saka and Aduana have managed to reject overtures by Asante Kotoko, Berekum Chelsea and the Phobians in previous seasons but the right back feels now is the time to seek for a new challenge with his preferred destination being the Accra-based club.

“I have served Aduana diligently for four seasons and faced many challenges. I have achieved it all here and there’s no extra urge for me so I’m seeking a new challenge in a new environment. I have chosen Hearts of Oak as my preferred destination and informed the Aduana Stars management,” Saka told footy-Ghana.

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