Ghanaian defender Kofi Agbesimah has put pen to paper to sign a permanent deal with giant’s Accra Hearts of Oak SC, ahead of new season commencement.
Agbesimah signed the contract following a successful competition of his mandatory medical examination in the Capital on Thursday.
He joined from Bechem United FC on a two year contract till 2025.
The experienced center-back paid his dues with the Hunters, where he enjoyed a five-year stint and rose to become captain of the team. He played a key role in Bechem United FC finishing second and third in the 2021-22 and 2022-23 BetPawa Premier League respectively.
He’s made a new step in his career and is expected to be an instrumental player for the Continental Club Masters within his two year stay.
The reliable centre-back becomes the latest acquisitions for the Capital-based club, following the arrivals of talents like Michael Ampadu, Raphael Amponsah, Evans Adomako, Martin Karikari, Leventus Arthur, and Kelvin Osei Asibey, among others.
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