Hearts of Oak have completed the capture of Nuru Sulley as they seek to bolster their squad ahead of the resumption of the truncated Premier League due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The tough tackling defender Nuru Sulley has completed his move to the Rainbow club on a two-year contract.
His addition is expected to aid the club build a solid defence as they aim to clinch their first title since 2009 when the Ghana Premier League resume.
Sulley, 27, whose career with the Phobians began from 2011 to 2014 has returned to the Phobians to relaunch his career, having moved to Turkish side Alanyaspor in 2015 to seek greener pastures.
He joins Hearts of Oak as a free agent following his contract termination with Lebanese club Naft Al-Junoob.
Sulley has previously featured for several clubs including Al-Nasr Benghazi, Tala’ea El Gaish, Al-Ittihad, Alanyaspor and Al-Mina.
Nuru Sulley, who played for four seasons with the club before seeking better opportunities in the Turkish League in 2015.
Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak on Monday announced the signing of Ivorian international Eric Dizan. The Ivorian winger inked a 3-year-deal with the club.
The 26-year-old has had stints with Abidjan, RC Bettié and Ivoire Académie in the Ivorian top-flight.
A club statement on Monday read: Hearts of Oak is excited to announce the signing of winger, Eric Dizan. The Ivorian international has signed a three-year contract with the club.