Accra Hearts of Oak SC are set to unveil their latest source of internally generated funds as part of their restructuring process.
The capital based side are set to officially open shares floatation to the general public with over 40 million Ghana Cedi expected to be amassed.
Bussiness mogul, Togbr Afede XIV is currently the major share holder of the 2000 CAF Champions League winners with a chunck of the of financial burden shouldered by the multi-faceted chief.
The latest club update will rake in liquid cash to help boost the restructuring process across all facets of the club.
An impressive five new faces joined the club in the winter transfer window led by Nuru Sulley and Abednego Tetteh with some players expected to leave when football resumes.
Details of the upcoming shares floatation are sketchy but is expected to be announced officially by the leadership and other stakeholders of the club.
Accra Hearts of Oak SC have recently enjoyed some digital growth in recent years despite their domestic trophy hoodoo.