Ghanaian giant Hearts of Oak have announced the resigning of centre-back Nuru Sulley marking their sixth capture in the ongoing transfer window.
The 27 year old defender is returning to the club after leaving the shores of Accra six years ago inking two year contract. He’s expected to provide a solid shield at the Phobians back line.
Nuru Sulley is an experienced defender who is good at both combative works and distributing passes from his half. He’s also in to provide the necessary competition in the Hearts defence and also expected to command Phobians back line with the experience and exposure he’s hard in recent years.
Hearts of Oak confirmed Nuru Sulley’s move on their official Facebook page:
“Hearts of Oak is pleased to announce the signing of central defender, Nuru Sulley,” the club’s official statement.
“The Ghanaian international has signed a two-year contract as he makes a return to the club.”
The combative centre back left Hearts of Oak in 2014 to sign for Libyan outfit El-Nasr Benghazi where he made 20 outings with three goals to his belt.
The inclusion of Sulley confirms the Phobians sixth signing; Mamane Lawali, Isaac Mensah, Danjuma Kuti, Abednago Tetteh and Ivorian Eric Dizan. Hearts look to build a formidable side which can end their nine year trophy drought.
By: Iddriss Abdul Rahim