Axed Black Stars defender Lee Addy has revealed his readiness to sign for Kumasi Asante Kotoko should the Ghana Premier League giants come knocking at his door.
The former Berekum Chelsea centre back left an imprint in
the domestic league when he featured for the Berekum based club for two seasons
between 2008 and 2010 in the Ghana Premier League, earning himself a maiden
call up to the senior national team, the Black Stars in 2009.
Aside domestic clubs Nania FC and Berekum Chelsea, Addy has
played for nine different clubs in Europe and other continents, which notably
include Red Star Belgrade (Serbia), Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia), AC Tripoli
(Lebanon) and Dalian Aerbin (China).
The flamboyant defender is currently a free agent after
terminating his contract with South Africa’s PSL side Free State Stars after a
short spell. Speaking in an exclusive interview with ghanasportspage.com, the
2010 FIFA World Cup quarter finalist revealed his readiness to play for coach
Maxwell Konadu’s Asante Kotoko, should the Porcupine Warriors approach him over
a possible move.
“I went to South Africa for a while but I’m back home
looking for a different place (club) to go, am a free agent, if any club comes
I will go”, Addy told ghanasportspage.com.
Asked whether he will be ready to move to Asante Kotoko if coach Maxwell Konadu comes calling, the axed Black Stars defender responded in acceptance.
“I am 100% ready to go and help them if only they approach
me. I was trying to contact some of the local teams, so if by God’s grace I’m
to play, they themselves will approach me, if the time comes for me to play too
I will, so if they (Kotoko) approach me they are always welcome, I will come”,
Addy played for the Black Stars between 2009 and 2012, and
now boasts of 30 caps for Ghana.