Transfers of Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Newly-promoted Great Olympics are closing in on former Ghana internationals Dan Quaye and Issah Ahmed, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal.
Quaye, a former star at Hearts of Oak and Ahmed, a former defender of Kotoko are on the radar of the Accra-based side.
The Wonder Club are keen to make a significant impact on their Premier League return by fortifying their squad ahead of the start of the new season.
Quaye, a right-back enjoyed a fabulous nine-year stay at Hearts where he won many titles including the CAF Champions League, Super Cup and Confederation Cup.
He began his professional career at Olympics in 1997 but looks set to stage a return to the club after 14 years.
The club wants to booster their backline by signing ex-Kotoko defender Issah Ahmed, who last played for Randers FC.
The addition of the two experienced players will serve as real boost to the squad ahead of a busy Premier League schedule.
Olympics have already concluded a deal for goalkeeper Joseph Halm and are looking to tie deals for new players.
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