Youngsters Agyeman Badu and Samuel Frimpong joined from Phar Rangers and Bekwai Youth Football Academy in a two-year and three-year deal respectively as coach Paa Kwesi Fabin look to improve his squad in a bid to win the top-flight.
Midfielder Alhaji Isahaku has signed a four-year contract from Efutu Great Kendi Academy, while former Asokwa Deportivo striker Ibrahim Osman completed a three-year deal. He is expected to replace Sadick Adams whose contract was mutually terminated last week.
Also, Richard Senamu and Samuel Appiah Kubi were snapped from second-tier sides Uncle T United and Nkoranza Warriors in a three-year deal each.
Kotoko communication director Obed Acheampong lauded the qualities of the players and believes the new direction is the best of option for the club.
"These players brought on board are quality ones and will help in achieving our aims. We want to blend the squad with youthful and the experienced players to achieve our aim," Acheampong said.
"Football has seen a paradigm shift where youngsters are becoming more effective. As management, we, together with the technical team, believe that this is the best way to go if we want to make the team stronger and more competitive in the short, medium and long terms,” he added.