Ghana winger Patrick Razak is on the verge of rejoining Accra Hearts of Oak after reportedly terminating his contract with with Guinean giants Horoya AC.
The 23 year old penned a three year deal with the Conakry-based side in 2018 but after one season which has been ladened by injuries, Razak is dreaming of a move back home.
He played 9 times for AC Horoya in the just ended Guinean top-flight league, tallying 4 goals.
Reports in the local media suggests Hearts officials have been in talks with the diminutive winger over a potential return as they look to strengthen their squad ahead of the upcoming season.
Sources say both parties are fine tuning a deal that has been agreed in principle.
Razak was one of the most exciting players on the local scene before his move to Guinea and was influential in Ghana’s winning of the 2017 WAFU Nations Cup on home soil.