Ghanaian midfielder Patrick Razak has rejected a two-year contract extension at Hearts of Oak, according to his agent Abdulai Alhassan.
The 28-year-old, who will be a free agent after November, has been heavily linked with a move to Guinean side AC Horoya.
The improved offer handed him by the Phobians isn't enough to commit his future to the club, his counsel has revealed.
"Patrick Razak will not sign a new deal at Hearts of Oak if his contract runs out,” Alhassan told Asempa FM.
“FC Horoya from Guinea came with an offer of $3,000 per month but Hearts of Oak refused to sanction the move. Hearts of Oak say they will offer Patrick Razak $335 if he signs a new deal which for me is not good for the player's future," he said.
“The bottom line is that he will not renew his deal at the club, his contract will expire this November and if they don't know allow him leave now, he will be free to join any club at that time,” he added.
Goal understands that Hearts of Oak's majority shareholder Togbe Afede XIV has arranged to meet Razak this week after the club completed the announcement of 13 new players.