Turkish-based Ghanaian international, who plays as a defender for Ataşehir Belediyespor in the Turkish Women’s Championship, Bridget Adu has declared his intentions to suit up for the Ghana women’s senior national team, the Black Queens.
The defender opened up on her readiness for the Black Queens, stating that being in the colours of Ghana at the senior level is part of her dreams.
Adu is a graduate of the Ghana women’s U-17 and the U-20 national team but now seeking to be on the pitch with the senior side.
The experienced defender came to limelight during the “COVID-19 truncated” 2019/2020 season, featuring in all matches played in the first round.
Bridget Adu was part of the initial Black Queens’ squad that was preparing for the Women’s Afcon qualifying doubleheader last month against Nigeria’s Super Falcons, but didn’t make the final squad.
Speaking in an interview on Original Tv’s Sports Punch Show with Agorohene Nana Yaw Opoku, the young lady divulged, “I’ve played with the U-17 and U-20. In 2020 I had a call-up from the U-20 for a friendly match against Morocco but I couldn’t play.
“I am yet to play for the Black Queens and it is part of my dreams to represent the nation. Black Queens is my target after U-17 and U-20.” She stated.
The former Sea Lions, Black Maidens and Black Princesses star has been amazing since joining the Turkish club before the commencement of the just ended season and has already become the headline at the Yenisahra Stadium.
She signed a one-year deal with the three-time Turkish champions.
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