Freddy Adu remains a free agent and another potential landing spot has popped up for the former U.S. Men’s National Team midfielder.
According to CNN Indonesia, Adu is in talks with Indonesian club Persija Jakarta. The report states that there has been an offer made for Adu although talks remain preliminary. The team is reportedly interested in bringing in a marquee foreign player to play in the Torabika Soccer Championship, a league which is entering its second season.
Adu most recently played for the Tampa Bay Rowdies, but joined the Portland Timbers during the offseason for a training stint. The preseason period did not produce a contract offer, leaving Adu without a club for the time being.
In the weeks since, Adu has been linked with a move to Polish second-division club Sandecja Nowy Sacz while the midfielder also reportedly received offers from Asia.