Eastern Conference American Major League Soccer outfit FC Cincinnati have announced the signing of Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder Salim Adams on a loan season.
The signing is subjected to the approval by the league and federation, as well as the ITC and work authorization for the player to commence work with his new employees.
“FC Cincinnati 2 announced today that they have acquired midfielder Salim Adams on a loan through 2022, with an option to purchase, from Ghanaian club Accra Hearts of Oak, pending league and federation approval, in addition to ITC and work authorization”, FC Cincinnati 2 announced in a publication on Tuesday.
The 19-year old former New Edubiase United star’s move the American outfit made possible as part of the relationships forged between FC Cincinnati, Bundesliga outfit TSG Hoffenheim, and Accra Hearts of Oak, which is the Common Value Club Alliance partnership deal which they signed in October last year. The deal will see several young talents from Hearts of Oak joining their partnering clubs, and Salim Adams is only the first of those to follow.
FC Cincinnati 2 have acquire Adams on a season-long loan, with an option to purchase from Accra Hearts of Oak.
Salim has, this season, has scored three goals in his 23 appearances in defensive midfield for Hearts of Oak, including a man-of-the-match performance in the 2022 President’s Cup victory against Asante Kotoko.