Former Dreams FC goalkeeper Mozart Adjetey has denied rumours linking him to Accra Hearts of Oak, following his departure from the newly promoted Ghana Premier League side.
Mozart Adjetey mutually agreed with Dreams FC to part ways after two seasons with the club that saw him man the post during their time in the Premier League and when they were demoted to the lower tier.
Adjetey played a vital role in the club’s return to the Ghana Premier League.
The former Hearts of Lions goalkeeper has been linked with several clubs with Accra Hearts of Oak believed to be his preferred destination.
However, the 30 year old has denied such links insisting he wants to take time to make the right move,
“I haven’t heard anything yet, if there was something concrete I will let you know, I haven’t heard from Accra Hearts of Oak,” Adjetey told Happy FM.”As I am speaking with you, a lot of teams have contacted me but I want to take time and make the right decision,” he added.
“I have to study the clubs and see which one is best for me. You know to get an opportunity to play for the national team, you have to travel and I want a team that can make it easier for me to join the national team,”
“If an offer comes and it’s good, why not? I might make a move, because this is our work so if the offer comes and it’s good i will make a move.”
Mozart Adjetey joined Dreams FC in 2015 from Hearts of Lions but he is now a free agent.
Meanwhile, Accra Hearts of Oak have their own goalkeeping dilemma with Suel Akurugu pushing for a move because he is unhappy at the club and goalkeeper Ben Mensah’s performances always in question.
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin