I will soon join a foreign club, says Dwarfs keeper Foli Adade

The last line of defence is optimistic he will end up in Europe next season after missing out on a move to Switzerland last term
Ebusua Dwarfs goalkeeper Foli Adade has confirmed that he is close to securing a lucrative deal abroad.

The former Tema Youth shot-stopper has been outstanding for the Cape Coast lads during his three-year stay.
The 22-year-old missed the opportunity to play in Europe last season following the change of manager at Swiss Super League side Grasshoppers.
Adade’s quick rise began at juvenile side Saraphina FC in Dansoman before joining Tema Youth at age 17 in 2009.
He has continuously been linked with a move to Accra Hearts of Oak, but the soft spoken player told Radio XYZ: “I have played for Dwarfs for three years and I think that I gave my all to this great club so it is the right time to move on and go elsewhere.”
The youngster’s delightful performance for Dwarfs this season has earned him a call-up into the local Black Stars and he is also gunning for the goalkeeper of the year award.
He added “During the three seasons there have been a number of offers, last season I was close to joining Grasshoppers in Switzerland which didn’t happen, but this time around I am sure that next season I will be in Europe.”