Former Burkina Faso striker, Ahmed Simba Toure has recommended a top Ivory Coast goal poacher, name withheld, for Hearts of Oak to be signed on for next season’s domestic top flight.
The former Asante Kotoko and Medeama striker is already in Ghana with the Ivory Coast forward to finalize a deal with the Phobians.
The record Ghana FA Cup holders began pre-season at the Kpobiman Academy on August 1 under the tutelage of Technical Director, Réné Hiddink, assistant coach, Shaibu Tijani and other members of the backroom staff.
The 2000 CAF Champions League winners want to bolster their frontline for next season which starts on September 15 barring any last minute hitches.
Hearts of Oak finished 11th last term with 46 points much to the chagrin of its teeming fans.
The 2004 CAF Confederation Cup are however yet to appoint a substantive coach to steer the club.
Should the new striker impress the technical team, he will add up to the existing forwards, Albert Eonde, Kwadwo Obeng Junior as well as new Congolese boy, Kashala Wanet who is under assessment by the technical team.