Clubs that have been eying Kenyan international striker Emmanuel Ake will soon be left dreaming as the player is set to return to Scandinavia in mid June 2012.
Soon be headed back to Denmark
Ake who was forced to return to the country after being denied a work permit to turn out for Denmark’s third tier side Svebolle B &I, has been in the country since early March 2012.
But he is now about to give Kenyan clubs a big miss, one being Division One side Bandari.
-I am well and have been training regularly at Mbaraki’s Gym. I will soon be headed back to Denmark in two to three weeks as my agent has been trying to piece up a move for me to go back to Denmark, he said to futaa.com
Featured for several other clubs
- I will be seeking for a Visa in the coming week and in two to three weeks’ time I should be gone, he added while also confirming that a recent move to Asia failed to materialize
Ake has been based in Denmark since the 2000/1 season after joining AB in the top flight league from Coast Stars.
He featured for several other clubs though the years; Nordsjælland, Olstykke, Holbaek B & I, Herfølge, HB Køge, Lyngby and Næstved Boldklub being the other clubs that he has turned out for since hitting the Danish scene.