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Former Hearts of Oak speedster, Patrick Razak has hinted that he will not rule out a return to the club.
Rumour had it that, the Ghana Premier League giants want to reunite with their former winger who is now a free agent after an unsuccessful stint with Guinean top side Horoya AC.
Razak, a member of Ghana’s 2017 WAFU winning squad, had been nursing an injury but is now fully fit and has started training on his own.
The pacy forward before his move to Guinean side Horoya AC back in 2018 was an integral member of the Phobian squad that played in the 2017 MTN FA Cup final against Kotoko but unfortunately lost 3-1.
Speaking to Sylvester Ntim ‘Koke’ of Bryt FM in Koforidua, he reiterated that he will always welcome the opportunity to return to the club, saying he is real Phobian.
“I can confirm Heart of Oak once met with my managers but I don’t really know how talks have been so far. As a former player of the club I will not hesitate to join them if both parties have fruitful talks”
“I’m a Phobian likewise my family. So it is up to the management of Hearts to do what is expected of them. I want to be emphatic here, to play in the Ghana league, Hearts of Oak is my first option but if they delay and any other offer comes I will move on”
“If today things go right between my managers and Hearts I will start training with them” he said.
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