Adiyiah Blanks Out Hannover Confusion

Dominic Adiyiah will switch his attention to his club future with AC Milan not keen on him again and Hanover FC officials split over whether to sign him on. Adiyiah's representative are hoping to secure a move to Hannover in Germany but the club's coach Mirko Slomka and sporting director Jorg Schmadtke are reportedly split on whether he will be a worthy signing. It all adds to the uncertainty over the player's club future which has taken a nose dive after he emerged best player at the 2009 World Youth Championship and moved to AC Milan. He has since struggled to establish a presence at Reggina in the second tier of Italian football and at Partizan Belgrade where he has had loan spells. But the player is refusing to panic and says he is confident his representatives can work out a good deal for him. "I have spent much of the break on international duty and in any case I don't deal with these things myself," he told "My focus was on helping Ghana reach the All Africa Games which is done now. I will get a good idea of where we are with everything. "Obviously I want this sorted. I just want to go somewhere I can enjoy my football and get to play a lot more and I am sure that will be done."