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Former Berekum Chelsea forward Stephen Sarfo has dismissed reports linking him to Hearts of Oak.
The Phobians are having striking problems in the ongoing campaign and they are in the transfer market in search of a potent striker and upon deliberations, the club have settled on Sarfo.
Reports went rife over the weekend that the 2016/17 Ghana Premier League top scorer is interesting a move back into the Ghanaian top flight league after opening discussions with the Rainbow Club.
However, the 25-year-old rebuffed the reports as he claimed he's happy at his current club, FC Smouha.
"There's no truth in the rumours going around, I still have a contract with Smouha SC for a 2 and a half contract," Sarfo told Oyerepa FM.
"Am still contracted to Smouha FC so how do I talk to a club for a possible move."
"I am available for any club that will need my services should Smouha SC give me the go ahead."
"Not only Hearts of Oak but any player who can get the go-ahead to speak me, am ready to play."
Sarfo emerged as the top scorer in the 2017 WAFU Cup tournament.
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