In an extraordinary turn of events, midfield maestro Gladson Awako has shockingly told Hearts of Oak he is no longer interested in playing for the Ghanaian giants barely a month after joining the Accra-based powerhouse, Ghanasoccernet.com understands.
The highly talented enforcer has also not trained with the Phobians for more than one week with their crucial CAF Champions League clash with Guinean side looming on Sunday.
The 30-year-old has reportedly informed the club’s hierarchy of his latest decision and it appears final and this will come as a massive blow of Hearts who are seeking to return to the top of African football.
Multiple highly-placed sources at his immediate former club Accra Great Olympics have confirmed that representatives of the player have asked the club to refund the midfielder’s transfer fee to Hearts of Oak to abrogate his contract with the ambitious Phobians.
Several close associates of Awako and people with knowledge of the issue have also confirmed the heart-breaking report for Hearts but a top official of the club failed to confirm or deny the report when contacted by Ghanasoccernet.com.
However, Awako himself has denied the report claiming he has been unwell – citing the unknown illness as the reason for his absence from the training ground of the double winner of the Ghanaian football season this year.
Source : GhanaSoccerNet