Electrifying winger Patrick Razak has been linked with a return to Hearts of Oak with several reports claiming he would rejoin the Phobians when the Ghanaian window re-opens.
Razak, 24, is now a free agent after heading for the exit gates at Guinean side Horoya AC where he spent just a season and featured in a handful of games include 4 times in their CAF Champions League campaign.
The 2017 WAFU gold medalist is loved by the Phobian fanbase and want to see him return to the club where he earned his name during a 4-season spell at the club.
However it is unclear whether the club harbour intentions of re-signing the winger for a season time and board member Elvis Hermann Hesse has spoken on the matter during a one-on-one interview with Asempa FM’s Benedict Kwadwo Mensah.
“PR7 [Patrick Razak] is my son. He knows my house and he can come in at anytime if he feels he needs to discuss anything with me. However it is the work of the management and MD to take transfer decisions upon the recommendation of the technical team,” he said.
Razak has been linked with a move to Hearts’ biggest rivals Asante Kotoko but nothing official has been tabled yet.