Former Medema and Hearts of Oak left-back, Seth Owusu has completed a 3 year deal with Angolan top-flight side Segrada Esperanca, Allsports.com.gh can confirm.
Owusu officially penned down his signature on Wednesday morning at the club’s office after both parties reached an agreement, the Ghanaian have been training with the Angolan side for the past weeks.
The tall lanky defender who was once invited into the Black Stars during the tenure of coach Kwasi Appiah opened talks with the Angolan side last season but monetary and his paper work issues delayed his move.
Seth Owusu will be the first Ghanaian player to be wearing the jersey of Sagrada EsperanÃ§a as he seeks in re-launching his career after 2 years in-activeness.
The 26 year old guardsman had short stint with MLS side Chivas before moving to Hearts of Oak in the 2011/12 league but failed to make the grade at the capital based club.
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