Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak have signed striker Kofi Kordzi from Division One club Royal FC together with Enock Addo and Michelle Sarpong from the club’s junior team Auroras.
The three players signed the contracts at the club’s secretariat at Adabraka in Accra on Thursday, January 24 and they are expected to augment Coach Kim Grant’s squad for the upcoming Special Competition to be organised by the Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association.
A statement on the club’s official Twitter handle read: Hearts of Oak is delighted to announce the signing of Striker Kofi Kordzi from Royal FC. The Striker has signed a long term deal.
Kofi Kordzi - Ready for action
A few hours later, another statement pop up on their Twitter handle which read: “Auroras Captain Michelle Sarpong has signed his first professional contract with Hearts of Oak. The attacking midfielder has signed a long term deal with the senior team.
Former Aurora's captain Michelle Sarpong (middle) posed with Kim Grant and Mark Noonan
It continued: “Enock Addo of Auroras has signed his first professional contract with Hearts of Oak. The left back returned from a loan spell at Samatex to sign a long term deal.”
Enock Addo in a photograph with Kim Grant
However, the statements did not spell out the duration of the contracts, financial entitlements as well as the conditions of service for the players.
Enock Addo is in love with the Phobian colours