Ghana striker Kwame Kizito will continue his career in Libya following a transfer to Al Ittihad.
The move comes a month after leaving Hearts of Oak.
Kizito completed his move on Wednesday, penning a three-year deal after successfully undergoing a medical.
He failed to agree on a new deal with the Phobians after his contract run out at the end of last season.
Although Hearts made attempts to keep their star man, the 21-year old secured floating status from Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association which gave him the right to sign for any club of his choice.
Kizito enjoyed a breakthrough 2016/17 season, netting 13 goals as Hearts of Oak finished third in the league and reached the FA Cup final for the first time in a decade.
His two goals were also key as the Black Stars ‘B’ side won the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations title in Cape Coast.
Source: Joy Sports