By Patrick Akoto
Hearts of Oak midfielder Uriah Asante wants to remain coy on his future after reports emerged he has quit the club.
Media reports claimed on Monday that the impressive youngster has being recalled by his parent club, Pure Joy following the expiration of his one-year loan.
The future of the talented player has been hugely speculated in the media with reports suggesting he may not make his stay permanent.
But Asante does not want to be drawn into the speculations over his future.
“I have not talked to anybody and so don’t know where these reports are coming from,” Asante told GHANAsoccernet.com
“ I don’t want to talk about anything,”
Hearts difficulty in tying the player down has been compounded by an alleged frosty relationship between the player’s manager and the club over an unpaid $ 600,000 owed him.
The owner of second-tier side, which incidentally owes the economic right of the player, has fallen out with the club for their perceived failure to pay him the amount which has now accrued in excess of $1 million.
Isaac Tetteh, a former management member of the 2000 African Champions is believed to be reluctant to allow the player to join Hearts on a permanent basis.
Asante was one of the key performers for the capital-based side last term.