Ghana Premier League side, AshantiGold have signed three players to boost their squad on the transfer deadline day.
Nathaniel Asamoah has completed his move to the Miners after passing a mandatory medical test.
The veteran striker signed a two-year deal with the Obuasi-based club after fruitful negotiations.
Asamoah is returning to the Ghana Premier League after an unsuccessful stint with Armenian club FC Banants.
He has previously played four Ghana Premier League clubs namely Wa All Stars (now Legon Cities), Medeama SC, Asante Kotoko and Aduana Stars.
Also, former Medeama SC young striker Boadu Dacosta has joined the Miners lads.
The 19-year-old signed a two-year deal with the club after passing a medical examination.
He previously featured for Al Khartoum youth side in Suda.
Liberty Professionals defender Michael Enu has also been signed by Ashanti Gold on the transfer deadline day.
The 22-year-old has joined the Obuasi based club on a three-year deal after undergoing a mandatory medical test at the club.
He made twelve appearances for Liberty Professionals this season.
Ashanti Gold occupies 5th position on the Ghana Premier League log with 25 points after match week fifteen.
The Ghana Premier League is currently on suspension as part of the measures to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.