Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies have signed midfielder Isaac Twum and goalkeeper Kwame Baah from Heart of Lions in an undisclosed fee ahead of the 2015-16 campaign.
The duo opted to join the Tema-based club after Lions were relegated last season, amid interest from other clubs including Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.
Twum, 17, had trial with Club Brugge in August and though he impressed the technical team and was close to signing a deal, he returned to Ghana due to disagreement on the transfer fee.
Baah, 21, expressed his happiness after he was unveiled to the supporters and press, adding that he is ready to help in achieving the club’s target.
“I’m very delighted to join this great team. I want to find my place here and do well,” Baah told the club’s website.
“Joining Inter Allies is an excellent opportunity for me. I’m impressed with how this team works and trains. I’m looking forward to helping the club in any way I can,” he added.
Allies finished sixth last season with 42 points but they had the best defensive set up, conceding only 21 goals after 30 games.