By Patrick Akoto
Ghana international Sam Ayew Yeboah claims he will sign for either Hearts of Oak or Berekum Chelsea by the end of the month.
The former Liberty Professionals offensive midfielder is looking for new employers after he was released by Faroe Islands side Tvoryrar Boltfelag for lack of playing time.
The 23-year-old has not hidden his desire to re-launch his career on the domestic scene and claims he will join either Hearts or Chelsea.
“The two clubs have spoken to me and by the close of this month; I will decide whether I will play for Hearts or Chelsea,” Yeboah told GHANAsoccernet.com
“Both are two great clubs and I believe signing for any of them will help my career.”
The Aalborg BK trialist earned his debut senior national team call-up on August 20, 2008 in a friendly against Tanzania.
He was a member of the Ghana squad which won silver at the inaugural CHAN competition in Cot D’Ivoire in 2009.