Berekum Chelsea would have the chance to register former national Under-17 striker Sadick Adams to enable him to play in the domestic top flight.
According to Goal.com Ghana sources, the International Transfer Certificate of the forward is due to arrive by the close of the week.
“By today or tomorrow his ITC would be in from Saudi Arabia and he would be registered for the league,” a close source to the team hinted Goal.com Ghana.
“He has been training with the team and I can say that his work rate is very high, he would fit straight into the team as soon as he is registered.”
The arrival of the ITC together with the subsequent registration of the player would be good news to the 2011-2012 Africa Champions league side as they seek to add more potency and dimension to their already star-studded attack which includes Eric Bekoe, Latif Salifu, Bismark Idan and Baba Armando.
Sadick, 22, who has already played for the likes of Atletico Madrid in Spain, Vojvodina Novi Sad in Serbia and Etoile Du Sahel in Tunisia failed to renew his contract with Saudi side Al Ansar Medina when it ended this summer.