U-20 World Cup Winner Dominic Adiyiah Buys Million Cedi House In London — PHOTOS

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Despite having a less than stellar career so far, former U-20 World Cup Golden Boot winner Dominic Adiyiah is seemingly not doing so badly in the financial department.

Adiyiah, a player currently with Thai second division side Sisaket FC, has purchased a new house in London.

The house reportedly cost him a figure of $300,000, which doesn’t sound much in terms of prime London real estate but converts to Ghc 1.8m.

Adiyiah started his career with so much promise, the lead striker of the 2009 U-20 World Cup winning team captained by Andre ‘Dede’ Ayew.

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However, things took a turn for the worse for him after the World Cup. Despite earning a move to Italian giants A.C Milan, Adiyiah never played a game for them and after leaving the side has shuffled around different teams till date.

Adiyiah has played for, among others, Partizan Belgrade, Fredrikstad, Nakhon, Arsenal Kyiv and Hearts of Lions in Ghana.

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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