Freddy Adu’s offseason stint with the Portland Timbers didn’t produce a contract offer, and it appears another move abroad may be on the horizon.
Goal USA is reporting that Adu is considering offers from Poland and Asia as he once again searches for a new club. Adu reportedly received an offer from Polish second-division club Sandecja Nowy Sacz on Tuesday, but has yet to accept it.
The Polish club released a statement Monday confirming negotiations with Adu while adding that the club had been unwilling to meet his financial demands.
Asia remains another option for the 27-year-old midfielder. Adu reportedly considered a move to South Korea before moving to Brazil’s Bahia in 2013.
Most recently, Adu was a member of the Tampa Bay Rowdies but played just 13 league matches for the club. The midfielder joined the Timbers for the preseason with the hopes of securing an MLS contract, but the team opted not to bring Adu on permanently.