Ghana Premier League club, Hearts of Oak are set to sell one of their top goalkeepers before the 2023/24 BetPawa Premier League starts.
The Phobians currently have three top goalkeeper, Richard Attah, Richmond Ayi and Eric Ofori Antwi in their set up.
With the season set to kick off in September, the record FA Cup holders are bent on fine tuning as quickly as possible to meet the high demands of the domestic competition.
A trusted source within the camp of the 2000 CAF Champions League winners tells Africa-foot.com that, former West Africa Football Academy goalkeeper, Richmond Ayi will be sold to interested parties, preferably in the local league or around the continent.
The move by the Phobians is meant to create room for the 2004 CAF Confederation winners to bring in fresh pair of hands.
Ayi had been the club’s number one after Richard suffered an injury mid-way through the season in which they finished in 12th with 46 points.
Hearts of Oak are currently in pre-season at the Pobiman Football Academy under the tutelage of technical director, Rene Hiddink.
The 2001 CAF Super Cup winners will open their next season’s campaign away to Real Tamale United at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.