Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC has completed the signing of defender Seth Sowah on a three-year deal.
The centre-back joins the Tarkwa-based club on a free transfer after leaving Bechem United.
“Medeama is delighted to announce that the club has signed defender Seth Sowah on a three-year deal,” a club statement read.
The defender who can also operate as defensive midfielder, is the latest addition to the Medeama squad.
He becomes the second signing after the club completed a deal to bring forward Ansu Kofi Patrick to Tarkwa.
Sowah is expected to be an integral member of the squad as the team begins preparations ahead of the new season.
He will be working under the club’s new coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu who has been tasked to built a team that will compete for the league title and also participate in the 2021/2022 CAF Confederation Cup.