Accra Hearts of Oak has confirmed that center-back Konadu Yiadom has left the club to sign for Ukrainian Premier Liga side FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih.
The announcement was made by the two-time African champions in a Twitter post. As at the time of writing, the details of the transfer had not been revealed.
“Konadu Yiadom has been transferred to Kryvbas Football Club in Ukraine. Let’s wish him all the best, Phobians,” read the tweet from Hearts of Oak.
Konadu Yiadom joined Hearts of Oak from West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) on a three-year deal at the beginning of the 2022/23 betPawa Premier League season.
The 23-year-old made 18 league appearances for the Phobians and scored 2 goals, coming in the 1-1 draw against bitterest rivals Great Olympics in September last year and against Asante Kotoko in the game which doubled up as the President Cup.
Konadu Yiadom’s departure means Hearts of Oak will have to stay active in the market, especially in defense, where they’ve already lost Robert Addo Sowah and Caleb Amankwah.
Meanwhile, the club has announced the signing of former Eleven Wonders skipper, Kelvin Osei Asibey. Reports also stipulates that the club has agreed to sign left-back, Liventius Arthur from Tamale City.