Hearts of Oak Winger Patrick Razak Keen On A.C. Horoya Switch

Hearts of Oak winger Patrick Razak is keen to join A. C. Horoya after the Guinean outfit tabled a bid for him in the ongoing transfer window.

Reports in the media indicate that the diminutive attacker has attracted an interest from A. C. Horoya, who have tabled an offer of $80,000 for his services.

However, the Phobians are understood to be reluctant to release their prized asset, but the former Tamale Utrecht attacker is eager to join the CAF Champions League campaigners, and hopes an amicable solution can be reached in the coming days.

“I have told them (Hearts of Oak) I would like to go so they are working on it whether or not to release me,” Razak told FOX 97.9 FM.

According to Razak, the offer from AC Horoya has been presented to Hearts of Oak and he is waiting to hear from Hearts of Oak on their stands.

“The offer has been presented to them (Hearts), everything has been presented to them so am still waiting to hear from them,” Razak said.

Patrick Razak is ready to join Horoya and is hopeful of getting the deal done as soon as next week. Asked when he will be leaving the country to Guinea to finalise the deal, Razak hoped it happens by next week.

“I don’t really know (when I will leave) but hopefully maybe this week or something like that, but as you know it is up to the management to release me or not so we are still waiting to hear from them,” he hoped.

The Phobians have already lost key players like Kwame Kizito, Thomas Abbey and Vincent Atinga, and may as well lose Razak for the upcoming season.

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