Former Ghana premier league champions Hearts of Oak have confirmed they are in talks with Ashanti Gold shot stopper Robert Dabuo for a possible transfer.
The Phobians have been in search of a goalkeeper who will give the current number shot stopper in the team Soulama Abdoulaye the needed competition after releasing Tetteh Lugard and Kingsley Kissie for non-performance.
The Burkinabe import since joining the former African champions as a free agent on most occasions have been the saviour for the team and Hearts of Oak in augmenting their squad ahead of the Ghana premier league have set their sights on Robert Dabuo.
According to sources close to Pulse Ghana Sports, the 26 year goalie have also expressed his interest to join the Accra giants for the fear of being benched at the Obuasi based club as Fatau Dauda is likely to be favoured by the coach.
“We have spoken to Dabuo and he has agreed to join Hearts of Oak, before even making contact to him. He has previously expressed his interest in donning the Phobians jersey and it is one of the reason why we contacted him, negotiation are still ongoing so we hope that before the local transfer is closed we will conclude his deal,” a source at the club confirmed to Pulse Ghana Sports.
Dabuo joined Ashanti Gold two seasons ago from Wa Allstars.