Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak have parted ways with defender Enoch Addo and forward Isaac Agyenim Boateng.
The Phobians after what was an unsatisfactory 2021/22 football season are currently undergoing a massive overhauling.
Earlier this week, the club 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 terminated 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.
Latest to join the casualty list are Auroras graduate Enoch Addo and Isaac Agyenim Boateng who joined last year on a free transfer from Medeama.
The two players have been shown the exit door after failing to impress the technical team. Enoch Addo has been informed his contract with the club will not be renewed after its expiration, while Agyenim Boateng reached an agreement with the club to terminate his contract after just a year at the club.
Hearts of Oak is currently in the market looking for reinforcements as they set sights on winning the Ghana Premier League title and making an impact in the CAF Confederations Cup.
Per reports, the club has wrapped up a deal for Cameroonian center-forward Junior Kaaba, goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi, Bechem United midfielder Francis Twene and defenders Konadu Yiadom and Zakaria Yakubu from WAFA and Swedru All Blacks respectively.