Aduana Stars midfielder Elvis Opoku has disclosed that he is ready to join Accra based Legon Cities FC.
The midfielder dynamo wants to leave the ‘Ogya Boys’ despite playing an integral role at the club for the last three seasons.
However, with reports linking the 26-year old to the neveau-rich club, Opoku says he is interested in a move to the Royals.
"I still have a contract with Aduana Stars but I have no problem if they are ready to release me to any club. I've been told by Aduana Stars management for a possible move to Legon Cities and am ready to join them if they agree to my terms," he told OTEC FM.
"Am doing my background checks if the team is good for me or not because as a player you need to do some checks before moving to a team," he added.
Opoku is one of the most experienced players on the local scene having won the Ghana Premier League with Aduana Stars and was a member of the team that participated in the CAF Champions League in 2018.