Ex-Kotoko striker Eric Bekoe has reached a deal to join Great Olympics in the second half of the season.
The 26-year-old has concluded negotiations with the Wonder Club and will feature for them during the second round of the campaign.
Bekoe is keen to revive his career after failing to land a deal with Lebanese side Tripoli Athletic Club.
He has confirmed he’s close to joining the Accra-based side.
“God willing I will be playing in the second round of the season. I have reached an agreement with Olympics and will be featuring for them in the second round of the season,” he told Adom Fm.
“The FA opened the second round window for only players who have returned to the country and so Olympics registered me for the second round. So God willing I will be playing for them in the second round.”
If the deal is concretized, Bekoe will join a growing list of returnees who have wowed the local league and follow the likes of Richard Kingson, Godwin Attram, Dan Quaye and Osei Boateng.
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