Hearts of Oak striker Kwame Kizito has sent an emotional message to the club to finally sanction his move to Swedish Allsvenskan side BK Hacken.
The 21-year-old, who is a free agent, is reported to have been offered a three-year deal by the Scandinavian club following a splendid performance in the Ghana Premier League and at the Wafu Cup of Nations.
Hacken have officially offered Hearts $25,000 as training and development fee since the player falls below age 23 but the Phobians are not willing to accept the offer, according to reports.
"I would like to plead with Hearts of Oak management to accept the $25,000 offer from BK Hacken and allow me to leave," Kizito told Goal.
"I have paid my dues for the club over the few years and now believes it is time to move on. I'm a free agent per my contract with them so I think they should not try to sabotage the deal.
"They should allow me to peacefully leave after sharing with them several fond memories. Hacken have sent them mails and all that is left is their approval in the transfer system but they're reluctant. I don't actually know the intentions behind that delay because my contract has expired but I hope that everything will be over soon.
"Hearts leaders want me to sign four more years which I'm not ready for. I want to move to Europe to improve my standard of play because I have done my part. Any delay from Hearts will see my opportunity from Hacken cancelled," he added.
Kizito will become the third Ghanaian at Hacken after Nasiru Mohammed and Mohammed Atta.