GHANA international and former Evesham United footballer David Accam has moved to Philadelphia Union for $1.2million.

Accam, whose 33 goals and 15 assists across three seasons with Chicago Fire helped to seal the move, featured for the Robins and Ledbury Town while studying at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire.

The 27-year-old notched 10 times in 20 appearances for Evesham before moving on to a professional career in Sweden with Ostersund and Helsingborg and then progressing to play in America’s MLS.

While Accam acclimatises to his new surroundings, Evesham’s current crop will travel to more familiar territory to take on Cinderford Town in Southern League West tomorrow (7.45).

“It is never an easy place to go and the weather has been pretty disruptive recently but hopefully it will be on,” said manager Paul Collicutt.

“We haven’t won there for a few years and know it will be a difficult test.”

Defender Will Wellon is eligible to feature before his one-match suspension kicks in from Wednesday. Matt Bennett returns to the squad having been unavailable for the past week.

On the prospect of making team changes to account for Cinderford’s notoriously-sticky pitch, Collicutt said: “We will assess it once we get there, it is known to carry water but we will be prepared for that.”