Ghana youth striker Saddick Adams is seeking a provisional International Transfer Certificate to play for a Ghana Premier League side to help preserve his form due to the riots in Libya.
The 21-year-old joined Benghazi-based Al Hilal on loan from Tunisian side Etoile du Sahel.
He featured and scored for Ghana’s Under-23 team which drew 1-1 with Sudan last week to exit the 2012 London Olympics qualifiers.
Adams told GHANAsoccernet: “I can’t be staying at home while there are fighting over there in Libya and no one knows whenits going to end. I will contact the GFA to get me a provisional ITC so that I can register for a local club.”
He added: “I watch the premier league in Ghana and I think it will help me stay in form, because other players who I played with in Libya have done it so I think it’s possible to get it (ITC).”
There are seven matches remaining to end the Ghana Premier League.