Representative of Hearts of Oak winger Patrick Razak, Abdullah Alhassan,has stated that his player will not renew his stay with the club after his contract runs out.
Hearts of Oak refused to sanction Razak’s move to join Guinean side Horoya. Razak’s contract with the Phobians will expire this year and the player and his management are not ready to sign a new deal.
“Patrick Razak will not sign a new deal at Hearts of Oak if his contract runs out,” he said on Asempa FM’s Ultimate Sports Show.
“FC Horoya from Guinea came with an offer of $3,000 per month but Hearts of Oak refused to sanction the move. Hearts of Oak say they will offer Patrick Razak GHC 1,500 if he signs a new deal which for me is not good”.
“The bottom line is he will not renew his deal at the club, his contract will expire this November”, he added.
Patrick Razak had a bright campaign with the Phobians last season and has been consistent in pre-season.
The former Tamale Utrecht winger has been one of Hearts of Oak’s best performers for the past two seasons and he has been linked to several clubs overseas, with Guinean side Horoya leading the race for his signature.
Hearts of Oak have already lost some key players, namely Kwame Kizito, Vincent Atingah, Thomas Abbey who decided not to extend their contract with the Phobians.
Razak caught the eye of Horoya’s scouts during the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations held in Ghana and won by the Black Stars B team.
By Queenster Agyapong