By Dom Agbakpe,
AC Horoya have officially signed Patrick Razak from Hearts of Oak for a fee thought to be in the region of $150,000.
The Guinean giants tied the 23-year-old tricky winger to a two-year contract following a successful medical test.
Razak together with CEO and Deputy CEO of Joy Industries Limited Dr Manfred Takyi and Harrison Tetteh flew to Conakry on Sunday to seal the deal.
AC Horoya made an initial offer of $80,000 with a $3,000 monthly salary in February this year but it was turned down by Hearts of Oak forcing the Stade 28 Septembre outfit to make an improved bid.
Razak joined Hearts of Oak on a three-year deal from lower-tier side Tamale Utrecht FC in 2016.
Peviously, he has played for Bazooka Football Club.
He was part of Ghana squad that won the 2017 West Africa Cup of Nations tournament held in Ghana.
Razak is the fifth Ghanaian following Godfred Asante, Mandela Ocansey, Sebe Baffour and Brefo Mensah.