STRATEGIC SIGNINGS: Donsu, Mahama, Mumuni And Others To Join Hearts Featured
05 Nov

STRATEGIC SIGNINGS: Donsu, Mahama, Mumuni And Others To Join Hearts

With the departure and imminent departure of certain key players, the transfer rumour mill is already looking to who they might sign in the near- future. 
 
Hearts have been linked with shock moves for Kwesi Donsu, Baba Mahama, Zakaria Mumuni and former Berekum Chelsea goalie John Moosie.
 
Medeama midfielder Donsu has always expressed the desire to play for the Phobians. After being released by Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Baba Mahama is yet to join any club and thus a move to the Accra club would be welcomed.
 
The future of Mumuni remains a mystery as contract talks with Aduana Stars appear to have dissipated and the Ogya family look resigned to losing the former WAFA man on a free transfer when he sees out his contract in the next few months.
 
With the Phobians set to let go of two goalkeepers, experienced netminder John Moosie is a sure bet to join the Phobians. 
 
Moosie has been a long target of Hearts a Oak and move to Accra won’t be rebuffed by the agile goalkeeper.
 
Hearts are on a rebuilding mission- a cause they’ve decided to embark on with mainly unknown and highly talented youngsters with a blend of experienced players liked the aforementioned players linked with a move to the club.
 
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