The Ghana Premier League side, Dreams FC wants to make an immediate impact on debut.
They bring in former Medeama SC goalkeeper Mozart Adjetey, defender Small-boy Korbah and midfielder Alhassan Kalusha from Utrecht FC.
Korbah joins on a free and Kalusha was advised by Baba Rahman to join the club he always fancied and played for back in Ghana.
“The club first watched me in the MTN FA Cup game at the Tema Sports stadium and sent one of their scouts to watch me in our last Division One game at Sunyani in which I scored two goals,” Kalusha told the official Dreams FC’s site.
“I have heard a lot about the club, my good friend is Baba Rahman of Chelsea, who also started from here. Baba spoke to me that it is a great club with lots of opportunities. He told me it is a good stepping stone for my career so I should grab the chance and play for them.”
They also bring in former Black Meteors and Asante Kotoko coach, Karim Zito to be in charge of youth development.