The Ghanaian is joining the Saudi Arabian side after three months of signing for Omani club Dhofar and believes reuniting with his former boss would boost his career
Former Berekum Chelsea player Sadick Adams has joined Saudi Arabian side Al Nahdha.
The ex-Ghana youth international caught the eyes of his former boss Jalal Qaderi hence the need to switch camp. The 23-year-old is changing clubs in a matter of three months after joining Omani side Dhofar.
“The move was based on my performance. They have been watching my games in Oman,” the former Ghana Under-17 star told GhanaSoccernet.
“It was more interesting because the coach I worked with before in Saudi Al Ansar club is their current head coach, so he recommended me to the club.”
Adams has played for Etoile du Sahel, FK Vojvodina, CFR Cluj and Berekum Chelsea.