Sports News Tue, 21 Nov 2017

Kwame Kizito 'begs' Hearts to release him

Accra Hearts of Oak marksman, Kwame Kizito, has pleaded with the management of the club to accept a whopping $25000 training and development fee from Swedish side Hacken FC who are keen on securing his services.

Kizito who is currently out of contract with the Phobian club failed to renew contractual terms with the club and is set for a move to Swedish top-flight league.

The ruthless striker had a fruitful 2016/17 football season having help Hearts gain third position in the just ended Ghana Premier League as well as propelling Ghana to win this year’s WAFU Cup of Nations and has emerged top target for numerous clubs around the globe.

In an interview Kumasi based radio station, Nhyira FM, Kizito said: “I want to plead with Hearts management to accept this and allow me go because I have done my part.

“I had told them if not this offer from abroad, I would continue playing, so please they should respond to the agent’s mail and allow me travel.

“That’s the only source I feed my family. The agent says should it delay, they will cancel the contract. They want to sign me for four years.” Kwame Kizito told Nhyira FM.
Source: Ghana Crusader
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