Maroons had already announced the arrival of English forward Kyle Spence.
Gżira United continue to remain the busiest team in the closing stages of the Maltese winter transfer window after announcing three more signings.
The Maroons, now led by Andrew Cohen, bolstered their attacking department with Ghana’s Dacosta Boadu and Tomislav Knezevic of Croatia, a Dinamo Zagreb product.
In addition, they also secured the services of fullback Odhran Bell who hails from Northern Ireland.
Knezevic, 25, was last on the books of Siroki Brijeg in Bosnia and Herzegovina with whom he played 11 games.
Throughout his career, Knezevic played 28 games in Bosnia’s top-flight after leaving his native Croatia.
At Dinamo Zagreb, Knezevic also made two appearances in the 2016/2017 UEFA Youth League against Seville and Juventus while he represented Croatia on seven occasions at U-17’s level.
Boadu, 27, joins after after a spell in Norway at Volda TI.
Previously, he was at Ashanti Gold of Ghana, Oman’s Salalah SC and Khartoum SC of Sudan.
Meanwhile, Odhran Bell – born in 2005 – joins from Glentoran whom he captained at U-20’s level.
He played 26 games while recording 6 and 11 assists in the youth championship.
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