Hearts of Oak have revived interest in capturing former winger Patrick Razak following an unsuccessful spell in Guinea, this according to the player’s manager.
Diminutive Razak moved on from Hearts Of Oak to Horoya FC in 2018 and got his contract terminated after a season due to injuries.
“Patrick Razak is now back in his homeland (Ghana),” Nana Kumi told FOX FM.
“He was nursing an injury he suffered during his stint at Horoya AC. He has now recovered from the injury. Currently, the winger is training personally due to COVID-19.
“Razak is a free agent now. He has no contract with the Guinean Club (Horoya AC) nor any other club.
“Accra Hearts of Oak showed interest in him, but nothing has been documented as at now.
“Any club willing to secure his signature would be welcomed.
“Any interested club who is willing for the player can contact the Lawyer of Joy Dadi Industries (Mr. Francis), he will sit with you on it,” he concluded.