Patrick Razak has entreated his club Accra Hearts of Oak to release him as soon as his contract expires following his desire to play abroad.
Patrick Razak is arguably Hearts of Oak best player since the departure of their skipper Thomas Abbey who currently plays for Egyptian side Ismaily in Egypt.
Patrick Razak wants to follow in the footsteps of his skipper by departing to join a club abroad.
Notable clubs like Guinean giants Horoya, Belgium side Anderlecht and rivals Asante Kotoko are all keeping tabs on the 21-year-old.
The 21-year-old spoke to Graphic Sports,''My manager has received offers from some clubs hoping to sign me for the new season but as you know, I still remain a player of Hearts of Oak so I can't leave now,''
''However, I hope when my contract ends in November, management will accept one of the many offers so that I can go and seek new prospects elsewhere.''
Patrick Razak was voted by the club's fans on social media as Hearts of Oak player of the Month for April.
Patrick Razak was also an integral member of the Black Stars B squad that won the 2017 WAFU Cup of Nations hosted in Ghana.