Kenyan side AFC Leopards have named three Ghanaian players in their 2018 CAF Confederations Cup competition 24 man squad.
The trio, Eric Kwabena Bekoe, Isaac Oduro and Prince Papa Arko have been included in the 24 man squad who will be hoping to pull surprises when the tournament starts in February.
The club announced the squad via its official twitter handle on Thursday.
Isaac Oduro 22, joined AFC Leopards as a free agent after prematurely terminating his contract with Accra Hearts of Oaks.
Prince Arko 25, a versatile player who can also play as a winger on the other hand joined the club from Accra-Dansoman based Liberty Professionals whiles Eric Bekoe also joined the club as a free agent after ending his one year contract with Sekondi Hassacas in the 2014/2015 Ghana Premier League season.
Bekoe 31, following his move to the Kenyan club was initially expected to pen ink on paper to settle down with former club Kumasi Asante Kotoko which hit the iceberg.
AFC Leopards face Madagascan club Rosa Juniors in the preliminary stage of the competition 15th of February at the Nyayo National Stadium (Nairobi) before travelling over to play the reverse leg on February 25.