Black Satellite Head Coach, Karim Zito has handed Right Dream Centre back, Solomon Adomako his debut National team call-up in the second phase of the ongoing U-20 screening exercise.
The young lanky centre back has played massive role in the Right to Dream set up and starred in various international tournaments including the famous Gothia Cup. He was appointed captain and led the team to win the Heemskerk Cup in the Netherlands.
He is commanding in the air, rarely caught out of position, terrific passer of the ball and is particularly adept at spraying long diagonals out to the flanks.
Due to his is scintillating form and enviable height of 183.5cm in feet, offers have been pouring in from the Europe with the latest one from a Danish side which could not materialize due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Solomon has not only caught the eye of the national team selectors as some Premier league clubs are busily monitoring his progress and looking forward to obtaining his signature.
The Black Satellite, after the selection exercise will represent Ghana in the Zonal WAFU B tournament in Togo, with the hope of grabbing one of the two available slots for the African Championship.