Hearts of Oak have secured the services of the promising defender, Qwaku Nsoh, from Uncle T United FC in the ongoing transfer window.
The highly-regarded player has committed to a three-year contract with the Phobians following a successful medical assessment earlier this week.
Nsoh has earned a reputation as an exceptional defender within the Division One League, amassing 29 appearances. His performances captured the attention of Hearts of Oak’s technical team, led by Martin Koopman, during a three-week trial period. His commendable showing during the trial cemented his position in the squad.
Nsoh’s transition to Hearts of Oak signifies a significant progression in his career, as he moves from second-tier outfit Uncle T United FC to the ranks of a top-tier football club.
He joins the ranks of Hearts of Oak’s recent signings, including Martin Karikari, Evans Adomako, Kashala Wanet, Kofi Agbesimah, Liventius Attur, Michael Ampadu, Kelvin Osei Assibey, and Raphael Amponsah.
Hearts of Oak are undertaking comprehensive preparations for the forthcoming season, a determination underscored by their appointment of a new technical team led by Dutch coach Koopman, with support from technical director Rene Hiddink.
Following their challenging performance in the previous season, during which they narrowly avoided relegation from the Ghana Premier League, the club is resolute in their pursuit of a more successful campaign.