Former Hearts of Oak winger, Patrick Razak is currently in Ghana and has been declared available by the player’s godfather, Nana Kumi.
Following an impressive stay at Hearts of Oak, the pacy winger left for Guinean top side Horoya AC but have since failed replicate same form at the club.
Godfather of the winger, Nana Kumi revealed that player was nursing an injury but have now recovered and training on his own.
He told Kumasi-based FOX FM,
“Patrick Razak is now back in his homeland (Ghana). 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,” Nana Kumi added.
He further disclosed that the player is currently a free agent and ready to discuss possible transfers to any interested club.
“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.”
Patrick Razak was standout figure during his stay at Hearts of Oak and also member of Ghana’s squad that won the 2017 West African Football Union (WAFU) cup.
In recent times there have reports of the player reuniting with the rainbow club but it has been nothing but rumours so far.