Atakora-Gyimah not keen on his $3,950 balance with Hearts of Oak

The striker has made it clear he had wanted to leave the Phobians prior to the termination of his contract, and now focusing on securing a new job
Released Accra Hearts of Oak striker Prince Atakora-Gyimah seems not keen on his $3,950 (GhC 7,500) balance with the Phobians.

The striker, who has stated he even opted for a transfer before the dismissal letters came, seems much relieved after finally ending his romance with the Rainbow club.

“All I needed was my letter and my card to find a new club, though Hearts of Oak owes me GhC 7,500, I am not keen on that. The important thing is that I am leaving,” Atakora-Gyimah told Asempa Sports.

“My scenario is different from the others as I had requested for a transfer before the letters came. I am not a stupid player to be sacked.”

The former national Under-17 forward has previously played for Berekum Arsenal and the defunct Kessben FC.