Hearts of Oak star Patrick Razak has landed in Conakry to pend down a two-year deal with Guinean giants Horoya to beat CAF’s transfer deadline on Wednesday, 10 October 2018.
The winger was accompanied by CEO and Deputy CEO of Joy Industries Limited Dr Manfred Taykyi and Dr Harrison Tetteh.
Razak spent three years with Hearts since joining them from the Division One League club Tamale Utrecht.
”Hearts of Oak have released him after positive negotiations with Horoya so they left this morning to Guinea to sign the contract and it’s for two years,” the player’s spokesperson Francis Polley told Graphic Sports.
”I can’t reveal the exact amount involved in the transfer but I can say that the offer is good and it’s sufficient for today.
”It is a very good deal for him. It is a fee that is more than any Ghanaian club is offering their players.”
Razak was one of the most exciting players on the local scene and was influential in Ghana’s winning of the 2017 WAFU Nations Cup on home soil.