Ghana football Association has secured an undisclosed mega sponsorship deal with entertainment giants Zylofon media.

The deal worth $10 million source understand.

Organisers of the league announced the deal via Ghana FA twitter handle last month.

The Ghana Premier League (GhPL) was without a major sponsor for the last three seasons after First Capital Plus Bank pulled out of the contract.

The GFA and PLB have put in more effort to secure a title sponsor for the league for the next five years which commence from may 2018 till 2023.

Speaking at the launch ceremony in Accra, C.E.O of MenzGold, including Zylofon media Nana Appiah Mensah expressed his delight behind the five year deal which makes his outfit become title sponsor for GhPL, Henceforth Zylofon Cash Premier league.

"This is a mutually beneficial and patriotic journey.

We want to "capitalise on this as [our] national service.

"The Ghana Premier League will now be known as Zylofon Cash Premier League" for the next five years.''

According to Nana Appiah, "Zylofon artists will be putting up performances at match venues to raise the appeal of the league."

Also, The 1st CAF vice and Ghana FA President Kwesi Nyantakyi lauded the efforts of Nana Appiah Mensah and Zylofon media

According to Nyantakyi, "Decision to come board as a sponsor of the Ghana Premier League now Zylofon Cash Premier League is laudable.

"Some of the Zylofon money will go into the administration of the league and also help the Division One League" - Nyantakyi said.

He call for multi sponsors to come on board.

"Zylofon Cash is not a gift...Public statements by clubs must engender confidence" to encourage others to come on board.

GFA President Kwesi Nyantakyi describes club owners as the "real heroes" for their hard efforts when there were no sponsors of the league competition."

The new deal represents the biggest sponsorship package for any sports in Ghana, understands and has been welcomed by football fans across the country.

The 2018/2019 league season is currently in week 12 and AshGold of Obuasi top the table with 21 points while former champions Wa All Stars are bottom with 7 points.

By: Sadat Apusi.