Ghanaian Premier League outfit, Accra Hearts of Oak have appointed Paul Aigbogun as new head coach after the departure of Kenichi Yatshuhashi.
According to KickGH, the former Enyimba FC and Warri Wolves manager has agreed terms with Hearts of Oak.
He will be arriving Kotoka International Airport on Monday evening and will begin duties immediately.
The Continental Club Masters will unveil Aigbogun as their new manager at the club’s secretariat in Accra after arrival.
Assistant coach Henry Wellington has been in charge of the 2000 CAF Champions League winners on interim basis after the sacking of Japanese tactician Yatshuhashi.
Aigbogun led Enyimba FC to a 10th place finish last season’s Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) and failed to qualify out of the group stage in the Champions League. He got sacked after the 2016 season, before the appointment of Gbenga Ogunbote by the People’s Elephants.
Hearts will face Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier League opener at the El Wak Stadium.