Ghana Premier League, GPL champions Accra Hearts of Oak has completed the signing of former Ghana international Samuel Inkoom this club has announced.
Inkoom, has signed an initial one year deal with the capital club with an option to extend according to information.
The defender is a free agent and, has been training with Accra Hearts of Oak over the past one month.
Coach Samuel Boadu and his technical team have been impressive with the output of Inkoom since he started training with the Phobians and, recommended his signing to the management of the club.
Inkoom joins another former Ghana international Sulley Ali Muntari who signed a similar deal with Hearts of Oak just before the start of the second round of the ongoing GPL campaign.
Muntari has been impressive in the few games he has featured for Hearts of Oak and, was part of the team that won the 2022 President's Cup last month.
The Phobians will hope Inkoom can bring the experience he has gained playing over the years to bare at the club as they compete for honours.
The player will be part of the Hearts of Oak team from next season as Hearts put together a strong team to challenge on all fronts domestically and on the international stage.
Samuel Inkoom was part of the Ghana squad that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt in 2009, and, also played for the nation at the AFCON tournament and the FIFA World Cup in 2010 in Angola and South Africa respectively.
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