Former Hearts of Oak defender, Nuru Sulley is set to make a return to the rainbow club six years after departing the side.
The defender in an interview with Oyerepa FM confirmed talks are far advanced as he’s set to return to the club on a 2year deal.
“I have been training with the team for the past three months, if not for a deal I had outside, I should have started playing in the league for Hearts”
“I have given the MD my options which they have also said their part, I wanted to sign for either a year or till the end of the season but they want me for 2years which I have agreed, ” he told Oyerepa FM.
Nuru Sulley was an integral part of the Heart of Oak team after joining from Tudu Mighty Jets before his departure to Turkey in 2014.
He was part of Ghana’s team that won the 2013 West African Football Union (WAFU) Cup. He went on to feature for Ghana in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) where the local Black Stars came second in the competition in 2014.