Crisis club Hearts to sell stars as owner faces cash uncertainty

Heart of Midlothian are getting to set to sell their star players in January as owner Vladimir Romanov deals with financial uncertainty.

Heart of Midlothian are getting to set to sell their star players in January as owner Vladimir Romanov deals with financial uncertainty.

The Edinburgh club held a crisis meeting yesterday and it has been revealed that they have told their prized assets to find new clubs so they can ease the pressure on Romanov who still doesn’t know when he will be able to pay players their unpaid wages.

Promising winger David Templeton has reportedly already been offered to Rangers for £500,000 whilst the club are prepared to accept offers for the likes of Ryan Stevenson, Ian Black, Andrew Driver, John Sutton and Marius Zaliukas.

Reports also suggest that Hearts players are set to lodge an official complaint with the Scottish Premier League against Romanov as their monthly salary payments have gone 18 days past the date on which they should have been paid.

 
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