Former Bechem United forward Abednego Tetteh has confirmed inking a three year deal with Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak contrary to reports that he signed a four-year deal.
The lanky forward joined the Phobians officially in the second transfer window and could make his long-awaited debut when the topflight returns.
“I’m confirming to you on your network BOSS FM that I signed a 3-year contract with Hearts of Oak of subject to one-year renewal,” he told BOSS FM. “I have heard people saying I have signed a 4-year deal but once again let me put it on record it is for 3-years,” he added.
The 29-year old who returned to the country after spells abroad has been waiting to make his comeback in the Ghana Premier League but his return to action has now been delayed by the novel coronavirus.
Despite the suspension of the league due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Tetteh revealed he is excited to join the Phobian family.
“I’m happy Hearts of Oak has officially registered me and I will prove myself right when the league resumes, we will surely make Hearts of Oak great again,” said the striker.
Tetteh previously played for Sudanese sides Al Hilal Omdurman and Al Hilal El Obeid before spells in India with Real Kashmir and Trau.