Ebusua Dwarfs skipper Bismark Asiedu admits he has agreed personal terms with Medeama SC for a possible move to the club but has confirmed he is yet to sign a deal with the Tarkwa based side.
Asiedu told PRAVDA SPORTS 93.5FM, “I wouldn’t say I have signed for Medeama. I am on the verge of doing that. Already I have been communicating with them and we’ve advanced in our negotiations.”
Medeama SC told some media outlets yesterday they have completed the capture of the Asiedu alongside five other players including Henry Enchill from AshantiGold, Joseph Halm from Tema Youth, Richmond Nketia from relegated Mighty Jets, Bright Dodzi Laryea of Rainbow FC and Joseph Gordon from Deportivo.
The 26-year-old added that, “If everything goes well and I sign a deal with Medeama, every player wants to get to the top and I am hoping that my stay there will be an enjoyable one to play at the highest level in the Premier League and even on the continent.”
Bismark Asiedu, who joined Ebusua Dwarfs from Gamba All Blacks four seasons ago, was influential in the Cape Coast based side’s Premier League campaign last term scoring four goals in 30 league appearances.
Story: Dennis Mirpuri