Accra Hearts of Oak after agreeing on personal terms with the central defender has finally signed the West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) center-back; Konadu Yiadom on a three year deal. The former WAFA player joined the Accra Hearts of Oak on a free transfer after his former team got relegated to the first division.
The player had been inscribed to join Hearts of Oak but negotiations obstructed as the phobians had to battle off a late swoop from Asante Kotoko who nearly snatched the defender at the eleventh hour but Hearts did all within their power to get their man.
Despite WAFA suffering relegation last season, he was among the some of the talents in the spotlight in the team as he made 31 appearances scoring two goals.
The 22 year old defender joins former WAFA teammates Mohammed Alhassan, Caleb Amankwah, Enock Asubonteng, and goalkeeper Richmond Ayi, at his new side Hearts of Oak.
He is a member of the Black Galaxies team and helped Ghana beat Benin in the first preliminary round game.
We wish him good luck in his new chapter.