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Chicago Fire deny claims of David Accam’s move to Stoke City

Major League Soccer side Chicago Fire deny David Accam is on trial at Stoke City

Ghanaian forward David Accam has sparked rumours of a possible transfer move from the Major League Soccer to the English Premier League with his decision to train with Stoke City.

The Major League Soccer ended earlier this month with Ghanaian goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey and his Portland Timbers side lifting the trophy.

The 2016 MLS does not start until March and David Accam in a bid to keep up his fitness level is training with Premier League side Stoke City. A reported transfer negotiation is believed to be on the discussion table with a possible £3.2 million fee for his Chicago Fire side.

MLS club Chicago Fire officials have however denied claims of a possible transfer for the 25-year-old who impressed with the side scoring 10 goals in the 2015 season.

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Chicago Fire when contacted by MLSsoccer.com clarified that David Accam’s time in England with Stoke City was just a training stint and that the Ghanaian player is not on trial.

The Premier League will be an attractive football scene for David Accam who has international team mates Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Abdul Baba Rahman and Jeffrey Schlupp grab the headlines week in week out due to the fan base of England’s elite league competition in Ghana.

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