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Hearts close on pair from Russia 1/26/2007
Hearts are close to making a double addition to their midfield by signing Ghana''s Laryea Kingston and Georgia''s Gogita Gogua on six-month loan deals.
The 26-year-old Kingston could arrive from Lokomotiv Moscow, while Gogua, 23, would be acquired from another Russian top-tier outfit, Spartak Nalchik.

But BBC Sport understands that neither deal has yet been completed.

Hearts head coach Valdas Ivanauskas has a good knowledge of Russian football, having coached at Lokomotiv.

Kingston moved to Lokomotiv from Terek Grozny in January 2006, having moved to Russia from Israeli club Hapoel Tel Aviv in 2004.

The Ghanian also had talks with Bolton Wanderers but has been quoted as saying he would prefer a switch to Tynecastle.

Both he and Gogua could make the deals permanent should they impress at Tynecastle.

Gogua is a defensive midfielder who often plays left-back for his country and has reportedly attracted the interest of the likes of Ajax, Lokomotiv, Galatasaray and Trabzonspor.

Meanwhile, Hearts appear to have missed out on signing Serbia midfielder Ognjen Koroman, who is on loan at Portsmouth from Terek Grozny.

Ivanauskas said: "There is a big question over him. It''s not money, but I don''t want to say exactly what the situation is."

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