Accam seeks Chicago Fire transfer

David Accam wants out of MLS side Chicago Fire this summer, reports claim.
This comes few weeks after the Ghana international indicated his readiness to stay on in an interview.
But with recent happenings, Accam is said to be growing discontent at Chicago Fire and has asked the club to consider the multiple offers received from clubs interested in his services so he can leave.
According to reports, the relationship between the 26-year-old and his coach Veljko Paunovic is now strained after the latter did not select the him to participate in the MLS All-Star Game.
A transfer request reportedly followed not long after and is suspected to have his influenced his drop from the starting lineup in the last two games.
Accam has had to start from the bench in Chicago Fire’s MLS games against New York City and Saturday’s clash with Sporting KC – both of which he scored in after coming on in the second half but the club lost.
David Accam has one more season left in his contract with Fire who have an option to extend for one million dollars.
Possible destination
According to reports, there are multiple offers from Europe and the MLS for the former Right to Dream Academy man. Turkey’s Bursaspor and French side Guingamp have been mentioned in recent weeks but none have met the Fire’s $3 million valuation of the winger.