Adu trains with Danish club, no contract in sight

FC Randers says it has no plans to sign former United States

international Freddy Adu, despite him training at the Danish

club.

Club spokesman Ib Rasmussen told The Associated Press that Adu

arrived in western Denmark on Nov. 15, but the forward’s presence

was ”only to allow him to train and stay in shape.”

Randers is ninth in Denmark’s 12-team league.

Adu joined Benfica in 2007. He has made 11 appearances for the

Portuguese club and been loaned out to French club Monaco,

Belenenses in Portugal and Aris in Greece. In July, Swiss club Sion

declined to sign Adu after a week’s training.

The 21-year-old forward was not selected to play for the U.S. at

the 2010 World Cup, and has so far struggled to fulfill the

potential he showed when he joined D.C. United at age 14.