Ghana Premier League champions, Hearts of Oak have confirmed the capture of six players ahead of their participation in the 2021/22 CAF Champions League.
The players include former Great Olympics captain Gladson Awako who have switched camp to the Phobians on a two-year deal.
The former TP Mazembe midfielder was one of the key performers for Olympics in the 2020/21 Ghanaian season and led the Olympics to beat Hearts in the first round of the league season.
Adams has joined Hearts of Oak from Division One League side New Edubiase after an impressive performance last season.
Salim Adams was part of the Ghana U-20 squad that won the WAFU Championship in Benin last year.
Enock Asubonteng has joined the Ghanaian champions from fellow Premier League side WAFA SC.
He was influential for WAFA last season scoring four times from midfield and assisted a couple of goals in 26 appearances for the Sogakope-based club.
The attacker has joined the Phobians from Division One side Samartex FC. Yorke was fantastic in the season for the Zone 2 side although he could not qualify the team to the top-flight.
He scored 12 goals, made 6 assists and won 6 man-of-the-match awards in 26 appearances for the side in the 2020/21 season.
Isaac Agyenim Boateng
The attacker joins the side from Tarkwa-based club Medeama following the expiration of his contract.
The former Kotoko player will be hoping to get his career back on track after failing to get much playing time at Medeama last season.
The youngster is a new addition to the Phobian family. He will be hoping to establish himself as one of the best talents when the upcoming season start.