Gladson Awako penned an emotional goodbye message to Accra Great Olympics fans in a social media post which all but confirmed his move to rivals Hearts of Oak.
The midfielder whose contract with Oly Dade was set to run out in November this year has been linked with a move to the Phobians since the end of the season.
Hearts reportedly paid Great Olympics about $15,000 for the services of Awako, who was given the number 7 shirt for their CAF Champions League campaign next season.
The reigning league champions have been quiet about the deal but Awako announced his departure on social media.
In his statement, he said: ‘It’s with mixed emotions that I am writing this message.To everyone at Accra Great Olympics Football Club. The owner Mr Amakai who brought me here, to my teammates who helped me, to the staff who made my time here so easy and to all you fans who made me feel so special week in week out.”
Awako, who played 43 games for Olympics added: “It has been an incredible journey and it is with great sadness that I must say goodbye. I will miss you all and wish you the best of luck for the future. Thanks for everything.”
The 30-year-old joined the Wonder Boys in 2019, scoring 10 goals and assisting 12 in 43 games.