Hearts of Oak are reportedly considering signing Kotoko defender Habib Mohammed.
The central defender is said to be among eight players who Kotoko are looking to offload before the new season commences in October.
Mohammed struggled with consistency last season and the Porcupine Warriors, with the approval of coach Prosper Narteh, are open to selling him.
And according to Kumasi-based Pure FM, the Phobians have contacted the player over a possible switch to the capital.
The 24-year-old joined Kotoko from Ashgold in 2019 and his contract will expire in December this year.
Habib played 22 league matches for Kotoko last season as they finished second behind Hearts of Oak in the title race.