The former Asokwa Deportivo gaffer is on his way to the one-time CAF Champions League winners after quitting Medeama SC coaching job, Kickgh.com can exclusively confirm.
Ghana Premier League powerhouse Accra Hearts of Oak are set to announce Samuel Boadu as the club's new head coach for their 2020/21 season's campaign.
The male national U15 head coach has reached an agreement with the Hearts of Oak board of directors to take over the vacant coaching job as replacement for Kostadin Papic who left the club weeks ago.
Boadu has opted to join the Phobians after tendering his resignation letter to the management of Medeama SC after their 2-0 home victory over Eleven Wonders in the match-week 16 of the Ghana Premier League.
The promising gaffer has not been happy with the appointment of Seth Ablade as the Technical Director of the club which is a contributing factor to resignation from the Tarkwa based club.
He has been a long-term target for Hearts of Oak after an earlier approach for his acquisition prior to the commencement of the 2020/21 season's was rejected by Medeama SC.
Following the appointment of Seth Ablade as the club's technical director, Boadu was reluctant to hold contract extension talks with Medeama, having his contract running out after three years stay with the club.
Hearts of Oak have been guided in their last Premier League matches — against Ebusua Dwarfs and Liberty Professionals — by their U15 side (Royal Oaks) head coach Samuel Nii Noi.
Kickgh.com understands that Hearts of Oak will announce the appointment of Samuel Boadu who hails from Kumasi as the club's head coach in the coming hours.