- League champions Hearts of Oak are showing they mean business in the transfer window
- The Phobians have re-signed former striker Kofi Kordzi to boost their strikeforce
- Kordzi left the Phobians after the 2019/2020 season
Ghana Premier League champions, Accra Hearts of Oak have set a marker for their campaign in the CAF Champions League by signing striker Kofi Kordzi.
It is reported that the 26-year old has signed a three-year contract with the Phobians after completing his medicals earlier this week according to sports journalist Shaban Mohammed.
Kordzi returns to Hearts on a free transfer after his contract with Qatari club Muaither SC was mutually ended.
The well built striker was the Phobians' top scorer in his last season with the club, scoring six goals in fourteen appearances for the club.
He then moved to Muaither SC in a deal reported to be worth between $120,000 (GHC722,000) and $150,000 (GHC902,000).
Kordzi was in fine form for the Qatari side at the start of the 2020/2021 season as he scored two times in the first three matches for Muaither.
Hearts will be hoping the signing of the striker will boost their striking department as they hope to qualify to the group stage of the CAF Champions League.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported of how a good start of the week it was for Ghanaian players in the Algerian League as all three players scored for their respective clubs.
The Algerian League is coming to a conclusion with three games to go and clubs are eager to finish the season strong.
The Ghanaian contingent in the league have taken the task head on as Joseph Esso, Kwame Opoku and Daniel Lomotey registered their names on the score sheet for their various clubs according to DZFoot.