Accra Hearts of Oak's enterprising winger, Patrick Razak, has finally appended his signature to a two-year deal after completing his transfer to Guinean side, Horoya Athletic Club.
The 23-year-old left the shores of Ghana on Sunday to Conakry in the company of Dr Manfred Takyi and Dr Harrison Tetteh, CEO and Deputy CEO of Joy Industries Limited respectively after agreeing to the terms of the club.
After signing to the contact the nimble-footed winger was handed over with his shirt to officially become a player of the Guinean club.
Razak's move to Conakry was delayed after it was reported that Accra Hearts of Oak rejected an initial offer of $80,000 forcing managers of Horoya, who are big admirers of the diminutive winger, to return with an improved offer.
Details of the contract has been kept under wraps but sources say Hearts of Oak benefited from about $160,000 after the officials of Horoya returned with their second offer.
He joined Hearts from Division One side, Tamale Utrecht during the 2015/2016 league season and has been in top form for the Phobians and the national team, Black Stars B, helping them win the WAFU cup of Nations held at Cape Coast last year.
The Graphic Sports Online puts together some interesting photos from the signing of the contract.
His jersey is ready
Patrick Razak hoping for a successful career at Horoya
A shot from the club's dressing room