Ghana Premier League giants, Hearts of Oak have officially signed defender, Michael Ampadu.
The 25-year-old has joined the Phobians on a two year deal as reported by transfer expert, Shaban Mohammed.
Ampadu, who left fellow premier league side, Legon Cities has an option to extend for one more year after the expiration of the two year deal.
The right back is happy with the deal and will start training with the club next week.
Hearts of Oak, record FA Cup holders have already announced youngsters, Martin Karikari and Raphael Amponsah all midfielders and winger Evans Adomako from second division club, Asekem fc.
All three have been tied down by the 2000 CAF Champions League winners to a 5-year contract.