Former Dreams FC and Kotoko defender David Smallboy Korbah has signed a two-year deal with Zambian league side Buildcon.
Korbah, 25, who joined the Premier League debutants, Dreams FC last season could not command a regular place in the team, making just one appearance after 11-match days.
The versatile defender decided in a mutual agreement with the management of Dreams FC prematurely terminated his two-year contract to enable him move on with his career.
The deal is said to be timely as Korbah has been looking for a new club ever since the termination of his contract with Dreams FC last year and fortunately the Zambian deal was brokered by the CEO of Sport Light Agency, Nana Kwarteng.
The youngster is likely to receive over $1000 monthly for the time he stays with club alongside with a furnished house.
He joins Accra Hearts of Oak’s Mustapha Ebo Essuman and Ugandan’s national team defender Isaac Isinde.