Accra Hearts of Oak risk losing the services of talismanic winger, Patrick Razak on a free transfer when his contract runs out later this year.
According to the manager of the player, he and his client have decided not to renew the contract with Hearts due to what he termed unfair dealings regarding the botched bid by FC Horoya to sign him.
Hearts of Oak rejected a whopping $3000 a month deal from FC Horoya for the diminutive player with the excuse that, the money wasn’t enough and were looking to renew his contract.
However, the manager of the player, Abdullah Alhassan, FootballMadeInGhana.com, understands has told the Hearts Management to forget about it, adding that they will turn down a contract renewal. “Patrick Razak will not sign a new deal with Hearts of Oak if his contract runs out.
“What is GH₵1500 compared to $3000 per month? FC Horoya from Guinea came with a good offer of $3000 a month deal for the player but Hearts of Oak turned it down and did not sanction the move. They say they will offer Patrick Razak GH₵1500 per month if he renews his contract.
“For me, it is not good and my player will serve them very well in the remaining months left on his contract and after that he will leave” Abdullah Alhassan told Accra based Asempa FM.