Inter Allies technical director Willie Klutse has revealed that the club is ready to sanction the sale of Niger international Victorien Adebayor, amid interest from city rivals Hearts of Oak.
The 22-year-old has been spotted as the main striker to fit into the plans of the Phobians' new coach Kim Grant following his incredible performance in the truncated Ghana Premier League.
“Hearts of Oak have registered their interest in our player Victorien Adebayor but they should bring an official offer then we negotiate with them,” Klutse told Happy FM.
"If they meet our buyout clause, we can then transfer the player to them but they should bear in mind that he is not an ordinary player. He is a national team player with lots of qualities so they should be prepared to break the bank for his services if indeed they need him," he added.
Adebayor, who was part of Niger's squad that participated in the 2017 Wafu Cup of Nations, joined Allies from AS GNN Niger and scored seven goals in 12 league games.
He was initially linked with Asante Kotoko who are preparing for the 2018-19 Caf Confederation Cup.