Accra Hearts of Oak have announced that they’ve parted ways with six players, a statement on the club’s website revealed.
The players include Kofi Kordzi, Fredrick Ansah Botchway, Patrick Razak, William Dankyi, Larry Sumaila Ibrahim and Abdul Manaf Umar.
Hearts of Oak reached an agreement with Kofi Kordzi and Ansah Botchway to mutually terminate their contracts, while Patrick Razak, William Dankyi, Larry Sumaila and Abdul Manaf Umar have been informed that their contracts will not be renewed following its expiration.
“Accra Hearts of Oak has officially notified Kofi Kordzi and Ansah Botchway that they are surplus to requirement. Both parties are in the process to mutually terminate their contracts,” a statement on the club’s website read.
“Meanwhile, the club has also informed Patrick Razak, William Dankyi, Larry Sumaila Ibrahim and Manaf Umar that their contracts will not be renewed. We wish to thank them for their services during their stay with the club and wish them all the best in their future endeavours,” the statement ended.
The Phobians are currently in the transfer market looking to bolster their side as they sights on winning the Ghana Premier League title and making an impact in the CAF Confederations Cup.
Per reports, the club has wrapped up a deal for Cameroonian center forward Junior Kaaba. The club is also reported to be close to reaching an agreement for goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi and Bechem United midfielder Francis Twene.