While the uncertainties around the resumption of most football leagues across the globe remains persistent, clubs are not resting on the oars in terms of improving their squad and getting ready for life in post COVID-19 era.
One of such teams planning for life after Coronavirus is Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts oaf Oak who have just completed the signing of Nigerian forward Ademola Kuti Danjuma. It is understood that the former Nigeria U-17 forward was handed a two-year deal by the Accra based outfit.
“Hearts of Oak is delighted to announce the signing of striker, Kuti Ademola. The lanky Nigerian professional has signed a two-year contract with the club,” the club posted on Twitter.
The Phobians who have been quite busy in this free window has signed four other players before the addition of 21-year old Nigerian striker. Other recent acquisitions by Hearts of Oak include; Nuru Sulley, Abednego Tetteh, Abdourahamane Mamane Lawali and Eric Dizan.
For many, the addition of Ademola Kuti to the attacking line-up of Heart of Oaks is a step in the right direction ahead of the eagerly awaited resumption of the Ghana Premier League.
Before this latest move to the Gold Coast, Kuti last played for Indian Super League side Punjab FC after initial spells with Fujairah FC and Lobi Stars.