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Ghana defender David Addy linked with January move to Sunderland and Stoke

Posted On Tuesday, 31st December 2013
David Addy could be on his way to England this January

David Addy could be on his way to England this January

By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu

English clubs Sunderland and Stoke City are preparing bids for Ghana defender David Addy, GHANAsoccernet.com has gathered.

The 23-year-old has been a consistent performer for Vitoria Guimaraes in the Portuguese top flight.

Addy had made eight starts in the fourteen games played in the Portuguese league so far this season.

He was also key to the side’s unsuccessful Europa League campaign.

The Ghana international’s improved form at club level has however caught the eyes of clubs in England and France in particular.

Stoke City and Sunderland are said to be ready to make official bids for the Ghanaian when the January transfer window officially opens in a few hours time.

French club Saint Etienne are also said to be interested in left-back but Vitoria Guimaraes are unwilling to sell.

Rui Vitoria’s side are pushing to secure a Champions League spot where they are currently 10 points behind third place Benfica and wouldn’t want to lose their best players.

But Sunderland on the other hand are desperate to sign players in January to help them escape relegation.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. papa nkrumah says:

    Very good. It seems 2014 will witness lots of Ghanaians in the periphery finally shine in the spotlight. Just can’t wait

  2. Adebayo says:

    David Addy needs to work on his fitness. He is prone to frequent injuries and a move to a very physical league like the premiership may not be the best for him now!

  3. Halo says:

    @adebayo, Addy is not a player with frequent injuries, he gets the odd knock once in a blue moon. Just wish our boys well.





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