Premier League Side Accra Hearts of Oak according to report has released second batch of players in the ongoing transfer market.
The Phobians are embarking on massive shake up in the team before the Ghana Premier League season commence.
A sports news understand the club has released Agyenim Boateng and Williams Opoku and two others in the transfer market.
James Sewornu and William Opoku according to the report has been loan to other club to find more game time.
However, Agyenim Boateng has been released from the club following his poor performance since joining the rainbow team.
The team is also expected to announce some additional signing in the coming days a sport news understand.
The above listed players are very impressive with the kind of talent they have. It is good for the club to loan a lot of players to other clubs. The probable line up of the player are going a long way to help the players become successful with more opportunities elsewhere.
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