Accra Hearts of Oak have a smart move to sign a highly rated midfielder on permanent basis.
Hearts of Oak have had a medley of results this term despite running over opponents last season under coach Samuel Boadu. The Phobians were treble winners last season, claiming the domestic league with 61 points, the FA Cup after beating fellow premier league side, AshantiGold 8-7 on penalty shootouts. The double results automatically earned the 21 time Ghana Premier League champions the Ghana Super Cup which is played between the league winners and the FA Cup winners.
Hearts of Oak were not at their better selves in the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup where they conceded ten goals in all those two games. The club currently lies on the 5th spot after a run of 26 Ghana Premier League games in the 2021/22 league season.
The Phobians have a good news in their camp because they have made the loan move for former New Edubiase United midfielder, Salim Adams permanent. The 19-year-old was on loan to Hearts from the second tier side but will stay at the Accra based club for the next three years.
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