Salifu Ibrahim, a talented midfielder for Accra Hearts of Oak, has joined the team’s preseason training camp in Kumasi as they continue to get ready for the start of the new season.
The athlete missed the second round of their season last year because of a long-term injury.
The club’s doctors have deemed Ibrahim fit after he underwent a difficult recuperation procedure that required lots of care.
The player was greatly missed for the most of the previous season but helped Hearts of Oak win the League and Cup double in 2020–21.
Salifu Ibrahim will try to increase his level of fitness in order to be prepared for the start of the new campaign, which is expected to be challenging.
Salifu Ibrahim joining the team will be eagerly anticipated by head coach Samuel Boadu as they look to make a big impression on all fronts in the next campaign.
Next season, Accra Hearts of Oak will play in the FA Cup and Ghana Premier League (GPL), and they also have a guaranteed spot in the CAF Confederation Cup.