The 2013-14 Ghana top-flight goal king will officially sign for the Swedish giants in the coming days, Goal can reveal
The striker has an option to sign permanently after the loan depending on how he fares.
The 20-year-old forward is optimistic that he will be a success under head coach Peter Gerhardsson at Rambergsvallen Stadium.
“I will be leaving the country [Ghana] for Sweden this week to finalise the paper works with Hacken,” Okrah confided in Goal Ghana. “I will sign a six-month loan contract which runs until the end of the season and I hope to have a successful medicals. Honestly, I believe my stay will be a success.”
The ex-Feyenoord Academy and Asante Kotoko player had a successful trials with Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon last April after the local league was halted for the CHAN tournament but opted to join the Swedish outfit after being promised a first team action by Gerhardsson.
“Many clubs were chasing after me but I think Sweden will be a perfect start. The experience will be a great one because many Ghanaians have played and still playing there,” Okrah pointed out.
He won the Ghana top-flight goal king diadem after netting 16 goals and will join countryman Nasiru Mohammed. Black Stars striker Abdul Majeed Waris also played for Hacken before joining Spartak Moscow in 2013.