Hearts In Talks With Addo?

herbert addoAfter failed attempts to hire Professor Mintah and Yussif Abubakar, Accra Hearts of Oak has turned their attention to Coach Herbert Addo.

Sportscrusader.com can confirm that the Hearts of Oak Board in charge of recruitment has met and discussed contractual terms with Coach Herbert Addo on the possibility of taking over the managerial reigns at the club.

Coach Herbert Addo is said to be impressed with the terms of the agreement offered him by Hearts and could agree to the terms if other allowances he has demanded are met by the club.

Hearts is looking to lure Coach Herbert Addo into agreeing a two-year deal to form a good partnership with Sabahn Quaye and Stephen Bugri as the core components of Hearts’ Technical team for next season.

“Our focus is on Herbert Addo now and we have held discussions with him. Negotiations have reached advance stages but we are only left with a few issues bothering on certain things he has demanded before the deal is sealed. Hopefully, we will sign the agreement today if all goes well” a member of Hearts recruitment Committee said.

Meanwhile,Asante Kotoko acting Chief Executive Opoku Nti says reports linking Mas-Ud Dramani to the Hearts of Oak coaching job are false and laughable.

Dramani has emerged as the hot favourite to step in at rival club Hearts who are still searching for Mohammed Polo’s replacement.

The former Ghana U17 girls team coach led the Porcupine Warriors to win the league last season and could look for a fresh challenge.

But Nti says reports in the local media have been cooked up.

“It’s laughable that anything of that is even considered by the media,” Nti told GHANASoccernet.com

“We have total belief and satisfaction in our coach Mas-Ud Dramani and we believe that the mutual respect between us will continue for a long time to come.

“I believe those peddling the rumor are just trying to gain attention, it’s total false and we are working everyday with Dramani to improve the team.”


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