Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak have reached an agreement with left-back Dennis Korsah on a switch to the Rainbow club, according to reports by SportsNite Leaks on Asempa FM.
According to renowned broadcast journalist Enoch Worlanyo on Asempa FM, the 25-year-old has agreed on a four-year deal with the Ghanaian champions subject to a transfer agreement between Dwarfs and Hearts of Oak.
Korsah became one of the most sought-after defenders on the Ghanaian scene following his incredible performance for relegated Ebusua Dwarfs last season.
Congolese defender Raddy Ovouka has left the Phobians for the American side of New Mexico United and Hearts have reacted quickly to acquire the services of the defender as his replacement.
Korsah will have to compete for a starting berth at left-back with William Dankyi.
He has spent five seasons at Dwarfs and captained the Mysterious club last season.