Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak are struggling to land their targeted players with less than a month for the start of the new season.
Coach David Duncan penciled down as many as eight top stars but lack of funds has stalled negotiations.
Medeama have stolen a march on Hearts by signing Ebusua Dwarfs goalkeeper Foli Adade for an undisclosed fee.
Even though Duncan has set his sights on top talents, this transfer window could chalked up as a failure for Hearts.
Top players have been rumored to be in negotiations with the team only to sign somewhere else with Foli Adade a typical example.
Hearts had hopes of signing Aduana Stars defender Godfred Saka, putting in two bids which has been rejected by the Dorma-based side.
The club has lost out on New Edubiase duo Asiedu Atobrah and Abeiku Ainooson while they have been unable to shell out the cash for Sampson Cudjoe and Samuel Darkwah.
They have only managed to buy three players including Kweku Andoh who joined from Berekum Chelsea as well as Amidaus Professionals duo Sellasi Adjei and Emmanuel Hayford.
Hearts fans have grown frustrated with the lack of reinvestment in the squad as they watch their rivals Kotoko bring in top stars.
The Accra stadium is a wonder among the soccer fraternity, wth a trophy-less team gracing its pitch for the past four seasons.
Time is running out for the club with just 28 days left for the start of the new soccer season.
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