The signing of Francis Twene by Accra Hearts of Oak has been the subject of widespread media coverage, but it now looks that the deal is falling apart gradually since the two parties were unable to come to an agreement.
The decision over whether or not Accra Hearts of Oak would acquire the services of defensive midfielder Francis Twene from Bechem United is, as of right now, up in the air.
As a condition of the transaction, Francis Twene was had to go through medical examinations with Accra Hearts of Oak, and this obligation has been satisfied. Following that, Accra Hearts of Oak and Francis Twene had to come to an agreement on a personal term for their relationship.
The fact that the two parties were unable to come to an agreement on a personal term that would be advantageous to both sides rendered the arrangement invalid.
Francis Twene continued to train with Bechem United even after passing a medical examination required by the Accra-based team. In the meantime, Bechem United and Accra Hearts of Oak have reached an agreement on a fee, and the only thing left to do is make the payment.
Accra Hearts of Oak are currently looking to add to their roster after announcing the signings of three new players: goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi, defender Zakari Yakubu, and striker Junior Kaaba. In the next days, further players are going to be presented to the public for the first time. Both Christian Atsu and Mubarak Wakasu’s names have been mentioned in connection with the club on multiple occasions.