Hearts of Oak expected to announce the signing of four (4) players in the coming days

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Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak are expected to announce the signing of four (4) players in the coming days.

The players include Cameroonian striker Junior Kaaba, center-back Konadu Yiadom, midfielder Francis Twene and goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi.

The aforementioned players have reportedly held successfully negotiations and underwent mandatory medicals with the 2000 CAF Champions League winners.

Center-forward Junior Kaaba joins the Phobians from Cameroonian fold Fauvre Azur. The 23-year old finished the just ended Cameroonian League season with 11 goals and 5 assists. In the process helping his team avoid relegation.

Junior Kaba

Konadu Yiadom, 22, joins Hearts of Oak from relegated WAFA. The highly rated center-back has been on the radar of the club for long and has finally put pen to paper. Yiadom made 31 league appearances for WAFA last season, he scored 2 goals and won 7 man of the match awards.

Konadu Yiadom

Midfielder Francis Twene joins the Phobians from Bechem United. The 27-year old was an integral member of the Bechem United team that finished 3rd in the league and played in the final of the MTN FA cup. He made over 30 appearances in all competitions and scored 2 goals.

Francis Twene

Eric Ofori Antwi also joins Hearts of Oak on a free transfer after ending his stay prematurely with Legon Cities. The former Black Satellites shot-stopper is no new figure to his new club. Eric Ofori Antwi during his time with Medeama and Legon Cities was a Thorne in the flesh of the Phobians.

Eric Ofori Antwi

The arrival of the quartet is expected to improve the Hearts of Oak team that has set sights on winning the Ghana Premier League title and making an impact in the CAF Confederations Cup.

Meanwhile, the club has announced the departure of Kofi Kordzi, Frederick Ansah Botchway, Patrick Razak, William Dankyi, Larry Sumaila Ibrahim and Abdul Manaf Umar.

Kofi Kordzi and Ansah Botchway mutually terminate their contracts, while Patrick Razak, William Dankyi, Larry Sumaila and Abdul Manaf Umar were informed that their contracts will not be renewed following its expiration.

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