Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak will make strategic signing as their transfer woes continue.
The capital-based side are struggling to beef up their squad ahead of the start of the new campaign as fear and panic hits their teeming fans.
Hearts have lost out on a number of their targets including New Edubiase duo Abeiku Ainooson and Asiedu Attobrah.
The former African champions have been tracking midfielder Sampson Cudjoe but have failed to secure the signature of the Medeama ace.
Hearts apparent interest in goalkeeper Goalkeeper Foli Adade was the main talking points but the Ebusua Dwarfs shot-stopper opted to join Medeama in a shocking move.
The Accra -based side were put back in pole position for Aduana Stars defender Godfred Sake but failed to proceed with a bid or negotiations and it now appears they have lost out on bringing him to Accra.
Coach David Duncan has struggled in the transfer window and surprisingly so especially when majority shareholder Togbe Afede XIV is reported to have made funds available for major signings.
Hearts will now activate their plan B seeing as their major targets slip through their hands by making signings for specific positions.
David Duncan is believed to be growing frustrated with the lack of quality signing, barely a month for the start for the new season.
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