Medeama have DARED Hearts to field their midfielder Malik Akowuah following persistent claims by the Phobians of sealing a deal with the Tarkwa-based side.
The Yellow and Mauves are livid with consistent claims by top Hearts officials of concluding talks with the club over the sale of their versatile midfielder.
The two clubs are yet to finalize the terms of agreement between the two parties following the player's controversial move to the capital.
Medeama have agreed in principle to let the midfield engine join the Phobians but that is subject to the two clubs finalizing the terms of the contract.
GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm that both parties are yet to put pen-to-paper on the terms despite claims by Hearts a deal has been finalized.
But it appears Medeama are unhappy with attempt to force the club to sell the player without following due process.
"It's becoming disappointing, outlandish and preposterous when you persistently keep hearing these claims," club spokesman Patrick Akoto told Accra-based Citi FM
"We have consistently told the Ghanaian people that nothing concrete has been reached and yet people are made to believe we are home and dry.
'Let me kindly remind everybody involved in this transaction that Medeama has not signed any deal with Hearts regarding Malik Akowuah.
"Talks are still ongoing. We are not going to be pushed in selling him. They (Hearts) know what to do.
"Please those peddling those falsehood and deceiving their supporters should stop. It won't help anybody.
He added: "Nobody is interested in dragging this matter. But the stark reality is the right procedure will be followed to the hilt.
"If we forgave and overlooked their earlier gaffe, we're not going to do same. They should go ahead and use him if they think they have concluded talks with us."
Hearts could face severe sanctions if they field the player without completing transfer documentations.
The two parties are set to conclude talks by the close of this week to pave way for the former Ashantigold midfielder to begin his career with the local giants.