Ghana duo , defender, Alexander Djiku and striker, Abdul Majid Waris will work under a new coach at French club, Racing Strasbourg.
The Ligue 1 side have acquired the service of Frenchman, Julien Stéphan.
The club decided not to offer a new deal to the departing current boss Thierry Laurey, whose contract expires next month.
Stéphan, who has been a free agent since resigning from Stade Rennes in February, will soon be introduced to Alex Djiku and his team mates.
Stéphan, 40 , last handled French Ligue 1 side, Stade Rennais from 2018-2021.
He had a short football career before deciding to become a manager.
Stéphan led Rennes to their first trophy in 48 years on 27 April 2019 in the Coupe de France, beating Paris Saint-Germain 6–5 in a penalty shoot-out in the final after drawing 2–2.
He led Rennes to a 6th place last season where they qualified for the Europa Conference League with 58 points.
He is taking over a Strasbourg side which finished 15th last term with 42 points, two adrift of relegation.
The President of Strasbourg,Marc Keller, and the new trainer, Julien Stéphan, will hold a press conference which will take place at La Meinau this Saturday, May 29 (2:30 p.m.) and which will be broadcast live on the Racing Facebook page.
Djiku, 26 , was key in Strasbourg’s 2021 French Ligue 1 campaign.
He tallied 30 games with no goals and assists.
He smooth campaign was however docked by an injury in the latter part of the season.
Waris, 29 , on the other made 15 appearances scoring a single goal last season.