2014 World Cup: Ghana winger Albert Adomah won't rule out move abroad

Albert Adomah

Albert Adomah

Ghana winger Albert Adomah says he will consider a move abroad if the opportunity presents itself.

The 26-year-old is still without top-division experience after spending his entire career in the lower divisions of English football.

Adomah, who joined Middlesbrough last summer from relegated Bristol City, is refusing to rule out a move abroad.

“At this moment it is not something I would think about, but if a team abroad was an option you would look at it – in football you never know. I would have to consider things and speak with my family – it is not just about me,” Adomah said.

Adomah’s 12 goals in 42 league matches for Middlesbrough helped them to finish 12th on the Championship table for the 2013/2014.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. asuku says:

    we fanx God Rabui is back. Can’t talk about
    midfielders without talking about Rabiu and you
    can’t talk about strikers for Brazil without
    talking about boakye yiadom. I believe we are
    going for the cup this time round and expect
    coach AA to do the right thing by calling
    dedicated players, nooo favouritism because of
    relationship you have with anyone and I believe
    God Almighty will shower his blessings on the
    team when the right thing is done.

  2. kimco says:

    Seriously, why is adomah part of the black stars, he is soo unskilled compared to possible alternatives