Inter Allies Technical Director, Willie Klutse has confirmed that Niger International Victorien Adebayor is set to complete a move to Danish side HB Koge.
As earlier reported by GHANAsoccernet.com, Inter Allies have reached an advanced stage of talks with their partners at the Danish second-tier side who have been keen on signing the talented striker for two years now.
The striker, who is a national team player for Niger, is close to an agreement with Køge after talks were opened last week.
"Adebayor will not be returning to Ghana because he is currently in negotiations with a club in Denmark for a transfer move. Talks are far advanced between the two clubs and the deal will happen", Willie Klutse told Happy FM.
Adebayor's move he stated will ease the financial burden on the club as his wages were too high.
“He is a professional player so his contract and conditions were very high. He does not stay in our clubhouse. We rented an apartment for him together with his family. Now we are not playing football we cannot keep him because his wages are too much so it's good that we let him go".
“We provided everything for him to deliver and that is what you are supposed to do when you have such a top player in your team”.
He added that Adebayor played for Inter Allies because he believed it was a club to help him secure a deal in Europe.
Adebayor was the leading top scorer with 12 goals in the Ghana Premier League this season before the league was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.