2018 Caf Champions League quarter-finalists Horoya AC have finally reached an agreement to sign pacey winger Patrick Razak from Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak.
Footy-Ghana.com reports that a $150,000 transfer fee was sealed when representatives of Horoya met officials of the Phobians at the negotiation table in Accra on Friday.
At the meeting to finalize the deal were Hearts CEO Mark Noonan, two officials from Horoya AC as well as Patrick Razak and a representative from his management.
The Guineans have made Razak a transfer priority for the almost a year following his performances locally and at the national team especially during the 2017 Wafu Cup of Nations held in Ghana.
Horoya saw their initial $80,000 offer knocked back by Hearts of Oak in February this year before returning with almost double the amount this time.
It is however unknown if Razak would be taking an improved salary having been already presented $3,000 per month in the initial offer.
Hearts of Oak risked losing Patrick Razak on the bossman rule as he was just a month left to end his three-year contract.
The 23-year-old would become the fifth Ghanaian player in the books of Horoya – after Mandela Ocansey, Sebe Baffour, Brefo Mensah and Godfred Asante – once the paper works are completed.