Hearts of Oak agree personal terms with Bonney

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The defender could be set for a shock return to the Phobians after reportedly agreeing terms with the Accra giants

Former Asante Kotoko defender Christopher Bonney could be in line for a surprise move to Hearts of Oak after agreeing personal terms with the Phobians, according to reports.

Hearts' Scottish manager Frank Elliott Nuttall has reportedly given the green light for the move to go ahead as he seeks to strengthen his side ahead of the 2017-18 Ghana Premier League season.

The 19-year-old mutually terminated his contract with Ebusua Dwarfs few days ago after helping them to finish within the top four last season due to several failed promises and is expected to sign a three-year contract this week.

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Hearts have gone eight seasons without winning any major silverware, leading to intense protests by a section of the club's supporters as they want the club's highest shareholder Togbe Afede to offload his shares for new investors.

Goal understands that Bonney was spotted at the club's training ground on Monday and he's likely to play a part of the second leg of Ghana @60 competition schedule for December 25 against former club Kotoko at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.


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