Former Legon Cities forward, Victorien Adebayor is delaying his trip to South Africa to begin his career with AmaZulu fc.
The Nigerien was signed by the Premier Soccer League club from Morocco top flight side, RS Berkane in the last transfer window.
Adebayor lacked playing time at Berkane with the Durban based club offering to give him a career lifeline.
AmaZulu signed him for 2-years with all processes to fly to South Africa arranged.
He has consistently delayed his journey to South Africa with reasons for his actions not clear.
Africa football expert, Micky Junior reports:
Adebayor signed for RS Berkane from Nigerien club, USGN for a reported of $100,000 in 2022.
Adebayor has previously played for Ghanaian clubs, Inter Allies and Legon Cities before having stints in Denmark with HB Koege.
He has also played for AS Douanes of Niger plus a loan stint at ENPPI of Egypt.