Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC on Monday signed striker Godwin Okudzeto and defender David Salifu each on a four-year deal for an undisclosed amount.
While Okudzato joined the Dawu-based side from Division Two outfit Bafali Sporting Club, Salifu was recruited from Sondisco Sporting Club, also a Division Two side.
Both Okudzeto and Salifu signed the contract at the club’s secretariat at East Legon in Accra and they are expected to augment Coach Juha Pasoja’s squad after a busy transfer window which saw the club exporting several players.
Godwin Okudzeto (middle) signing the contract. With him are some officials of the club
A statement on the club’s official website read: “Dreams Football Club wishes to announce the signing of Godwin Okudzato and David Salifu from Division Two outfits Bafali Sporting Club and Sondisco Sporting Club respectively.
“Before sealing the deal, the two players underwent medical screening which they passed successfully at the Philteng Medical Centre in Accra, official medical outfit of the club.”