Former Hearts of Oak striker Kwame Kizito has signed for BK Hacken, the Swedish side has confirmed.
Kizito is a free agent after leaving Libyan side Al Ahli following a short stay in the turbulent North African country.
The former striker for the Local Black Stars was linked with a return to his former club Hearts of Oak last.
But he has sealed a move to Sweden awaiting some paper work to be cleared before the deal is officially announced.
Kizito has been signed to compete with Hacken attacker Alexander Jeremejeff who is the top striker for the club.
"We have been looking for a center competitor for Alexander Jeremejeff," Hacken sports manager Sonny Karlsson said
"We have signed a player a month ago, but it is not clear with visa and medical examination yet."
Now the news is intense that it may be Kwame Kizito that Hacken is waiting for. The player himself confirms that he will move to Sweden.
"I already have a contract in Sweden, but I have problems with my birth certificate and that is why I am still here, Kizito told Ghanasoccernet.com
Kizito has been to Hacken already in November 2017. But Sonny Karlsson is unyieliding about the identity of the player.
"I do not speculate around players who are coming us," says Häcken's sports manager to GP .