Defender Godfred Saka is unhappy with Aduana Stars’ decision to block his move to Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak.
Hearts of Oak made an offer for the exciting full-back but their offer was rejected by the Dormaa-based side who insist they would need him for next season.
Saka has spoken of his decision to join the Phobians but Aduana who still have a two-year-contract with the former Right to Dream schoolboy have told Hearts he is not for sale.
Ghanasoccernet.com sources reveal officials in Dormaa feel disrespected by Hearts officials who initially addressed their bid to the Dormaahene – Life Patron of the club.
Hearts were redirected to address their bid to Aduana CEO Kofi Manu and Operations Director George Gyawu and the Fire Club eventually rejected their bid.
However, George Gyawu – the Aduana Stars Operations Director, admitted has Saka would be allowed to join Hearts if he officially notify the club of his wish to move.
Saka is a Hearts of Oak fan from his childhood days and wants to join the Phobians.