Ex Hearts management member Aziz Haruna Futah is urging the Board to let go of midfielder Laryea Kingston.
The 32-year-old has tendered in a letter requesting his contract with e club be cancelled.
The controversial figure has been unhappy since he was slapped with an indefinite suspension for assaulting a club official.
The former Heart of Midlothian midfielder wants to leave the club because he feels he has fallen out of favour at the capital-based side and the club’s ex management member Futah wants his request to be accepted.
“To be honest with you if you ask my personal opinion, I think the board should let him go,” Futah told Accra-based Peace FM
“Hearts of Oak is bigger than any player. We wanted to give him a platform because he’s at the end of his career and so if he wants to go, he should be allowed to go.
“The likes of Stephen Appiah, Mohammed Polo and many other great players were nurtured by Hearts and so if Laryea wants to go, it’s up to him.
“We have young and hungrier players in the squad now and I believe we should give them all the necessary support to succeed.
“Hearts will survive without Laryea Kingston.”
Kingston joined the capital-based side with an aim of reviving his dwindling career but has fallen short of achieving the intended target.