Former US international Freddy Adu has the Polish club Sandecja Nowy Sacz on trial, although her manager didn’t want him.
The 28-year-old Adu was regarded as one of football’s most promising talents at DC United made him the youngest athlete ever to sign a professional contract in the United States in the year 2004, but a permanent move to Sandecja, newly promoted to the Polish first League, for his 14-club in the ninth.
Sandecja said in a statement, you make a decision on Adu after his medical, but your manager Radoslaw Mroczkowski outspoken in his disagreement with the move.
“It’s a joke,” Mroczkowski, told Polish website Sportowefakty.pl. â€œI read in the media about his study. I asked the sporting Director [Arkadiusz Alexander] why he didn’t tell me everything I [Adu]. Finally, he sent me an SMS, there is a player on trial,” and that they all knew. Marketing is not knew, the staff at the club knew … Only the coaches know who the trialist was.”
Adu was not the last to earn on trial with Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer earlier this year, but a contract. He has not played a professional game has been released since he, by the NASL side Tampa Bay Rowdies at the end of 2016.
â€œWho invited him, leave him, try him. What is the point is that we have such a player?” Mroczkowski added: â€œThe CEO says, it is marketing. We can also Janusz Chomontek [a Polish football freestylers].”