It appears Accra Hearts of Oak SC have been confined to losing one of their poster players in the upcoming winter transfer window after complete breakdown of negotiations between the two parties.
With the annual exit of the club’s marquee players in the last years, the menace shows no sign of ending now with a number of players asking for the exit door, according to 442gh.com reports.
Seasoned central defender, Nuru Sulley, who joined the Phobians last season, has officially told the club about his decision to leave for pastures anew.
The hugely built centre back failed to gate crush his way into the first team duties despite the recent injury crisis to the known central defenders in the team.
Valued in excess of $200K by Transfer Market, the nomadic center back is bound to leave Accra Hearts of Oak SC next month when the Ghana FA officially opens the winter transfer window.
Samuel Boadu preferred Mohammed Alhassan and Rober Addo Sowah as his defensive duo with James Sewornu still topping Sulley in the pecking order.