By El Akyereko Frimpong
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Ghanaian giants Accra Hearts of Oak are close to securing goalkeeper Stephen Adams who was a member of Ghana's 2014 FIFA World Cup from Premier League rivals Aduana Stars, according to reports.
The Phobians have reportedly reached a deal with the 2010 Ghana Premier League title winners over the transfer of the experienced glovesman who has spent six seasons at Dormaa Ahenkro.
Hearts have already agreed to send youngsters Kingsley Kissi and Seidu Mutawakilu on loan to make space in their goalkeeping department while Tetteh Luggard has been told to find a new club.
Adams is expected to complete his return to the Greater Accra region after leaving Tema-based Real Sportive in 2009.
He will have to compete with Burkina Faso international keeper Soulama Abdoulaye to compete for his the starting spot at Hearts should he make the move.