Hearts of Oak have initiated discussions with former Black Meteors goalkeeper, Kwame Baah, regarding a potential transfer, Sportsworldghana.com can exclusively report.
The 25-year-old goalkeeper had joined Ethiopian Premier League side Adama City FC on a free transfer after leaving Asante Kotoko SC when his contract expired in 2022.
However, Baah has returned to Ghana following the conclusion of his one-year contract with Adama City and is currently in negotiations with the Phobians for a possible move to the club based in the capital city.
Sources from Sportsworldghana indicate that Baah is expected to finalize talks with Hearts in the upcoming days and is scheduled to commence training with the team on Monday, October 2, at Pobiman.
With his considerable experience, Kwame Baah is anticipated to make a significant contribution to Hearts of Oak’s goalkeeping department which already have Eric Ofori Antwi, Richard Attah and Richmond Ayi.
Baah initially signed with Kotoko in July 2019 after transferring from Inter Allies FC. During his time with the club, he made a total of 24 appearances, conceding 12 goals while keeping 12 clean sheets.
Baah also played a crucial role as Ghana’s first-choice goalkeeper at the U23 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt in 2019, contributing significantly to the Black Meteors’ fourth-place finish. He had previously represented the Ghana U20 national team.