Hearts coach Csaba Laszlo has cast doubt over Ghanaian midfielder Laryea Kingston leaving the Scottish outfit this month. Kingston, who has been in impressive form for the club, has been linked with a move to English side Bolton.
Even though scouts of clubs in England have been watching the Ghanaian, Laszlo says they have not received any offer for Kingston. Laszlo said. “Every day I hear that we are going to sell our big players but here we are bringing in the first player [in January] to any club in Scotland. “A lot of people have been to games to watch my players but there have been no firm offers.
If people want to play for the biggest clubs, they have to be playing well for us. “The situation at the moment is that the most scouts in the country come to watch Hearts, not another club. “They come to look at my young players and I think that is a good motivation or incentive for other young players to come to Hearts ? because they know that people will take notice of them.” Kingston, though, is keen on leaving Hearts before the window closes.
It is an open secret that the club would like the Ghanaian off their wage bill, and the midfield player is attracting plenty of interest from clubs south of the border. “We are active in the transfer market but will not rush,” Laszlo said. “We will keep our eyes open.
OK, maybe some players will leave, maybe they won’t. I would like to bring more players to the club. “I think everyone can see that we need to have more power up front.