Confederations Cup campaigners, Kumasi Asante Kotoko has signed three players to beef up their squad for the continental competition.
Information gathered by the GNA Sports, indicates that, Kotoko has secured the services of Ashgold utility defender, Habib Mohammed, as well as Ivorian striker Dany Zabo Teguy.
According to the information, Mohamed signed a three-year deal with the porcupines, whilst Teguy, who last played for Swazi Premier League side Manzini Wanderers, has also signed a three year deal.
Mr. Samuel Sarfo Duku, Director of Communications confirmed this to the media on Thursday.
According to him, the decision was in pursuit of continental glory in the 2018/19 Confederation Cup.
He added that, the two players would boost coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor's side.
However, Mohamed and Teguy were not part of the squad making the trip to face Al Hilal, but may be available for selection for the side's second group game in Kumasi against Zesco United on February 10, 2019.
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