Hearts news headlines as Sean Clare 'agrees terms' with Oxford United and Hickey transfer latest

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Here are your Hearts news headlines on Wednesday, 5 August.

Clare 'agrees terms' with Oxford

Hearts midfielder Sean Clare has agreed terms with Oxford United ahead of a switch to the English League One side, according to The Scotsman.

The 23-year-old is expected to depart the Jambos for a six-figure fee.

It was reported by the Daily Record this morning that Clare was an Oxford target, with U's boss Karl Robinson keen to land the utility man should he fail in his bid to sign Killie defender Stephen O'Donnell.

However things seem to have progressed and it now looks likely Clare is on his way out of Tynecastle.

Bologna and Hearts agree Hickey fee - reports

Reports in Italy are suggesting Hearts and Bologna have agreed a fee for the transfer of Aaron Hickey.

The 18-year-old is believed to be considering the offer of a five-year deal with the Serie A club.

Corriere di Bologna are saying that Bologna have come to an agreement with the Jambos which totals £1.8million.

However the deal isn't quite done yet with Aston Villa and Bayern Munich also watching the situation closely.

Hearts-linked duo set for sports leadership

Lee McCulloch and David Weir have just graduated from a top sports leadership course.

McCulloch is in advanced talks to become Robbie Neilson's assistant boss at Hearts while Weir has been heavily linked with the vacant sporting director role.

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They both completed the two-year Master of Sport Directorship (MSD) from Manchester Metropolitan University.

McCulloch said: “I felt I wanted to accomplish something that was out my comfort zone. I’m not a very academic person, and after meeting the MSD tutors and staff I decided to take the challenge.

“The course itself was rigorous and enjoyable and I met a wide range of professional sports people, which really helped the learning experience. It was a journey of learning about myself as an individual, in group environments and also my leadership skills and style.”

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