South African top-flight side Golden Arrows have confirmed that they have completed the signing of Ghanaian defender Seth Owusu on a six-month deal.
This comes after Ghana’s leading football news website revealed that the ex-Hearts of Oak players has sealed the deal to the PSL club.
Golden Arrows Public Relations Officer, Vusumuzi Vilakazi, confirmed that the defender was at the Lamontville-based club for a week’s trial.
The former Hearts of Oak defender impressed the Abafana Bes’thende’s technical team and was offered a six month deal.
“The coach checked the defender as he was here for a week, and decided to sign him because he was happy with what he saw,” said Vilakazi.
“He has signed with us until June next year. He’ll feature for the team when we resume with our league games after the Christmas break. His name is Seth Owusu.”
The 23-year-old defender played for Medeama FC before moving abroad where he joined American club Chivas.
His brief stay in the USA proved unsuccessful which led to his return to the Ghanaian football to join Hearts of Oak.
Arrows are currently rooted at position 16 on the league table, with 10 points after 15 games.