Head of Corporate Strategy at TSG Hoffenheim, Stefan Wagner, has arrived in Ghana to conclude negotiations in the final stages of a unique partnership deal with Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak.
The German Bundesliga club have been in discussions with the Phobians along with the American Major League Soccer side FC Cinncinati as they conclude the final lapse of their partnership agreement.
According to a statement released by Hearts of Oak, the partnership among the three clubs is called the Common Value Club Alliance, which they claim is the first of its kind in the world.
Officials from Hoffenheim and Cinncinati are currently in Ghana and will remain on the shores of the West African nation meeting various relevant stakeholders in the bid to achieve optimum output for the three clubs involved.
“The shared interests among the three clubs in the areas of technology, holistic youth development, and sustainability are a powerful uniting force for partners that wish to collaborate as equals and make a difference.”
Below is the full statement released by the Ghanaian double champions.