Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has admitted that he communicated with his coworkers on the Hearts of Oak board to advise star player Daniel Afriyie that he may leave the team if he wanted to act ungratefully.
After coming up through the lower divisions with Madina Republicans, the now Black Stars player began his professional career with the Phobians.
Since then, he has become an indispensable part of the Ghanaian giants, helping them win back-to-back FA Cup wins and a Ghana Premier League crown in the previous two seasons.
It has been stated that the 21-year-old player’s contract will expire in December of this year, and he now has a number of bids on the table. Tamakloe admits that he is avoiding meetings by making excuses to travel on overseas responsibilities.
”We have not even had the opportunity to sit down with him,” he said, as quoted by Graphic Sports.
“Whenever you call him, he’ll give an excuse and because he gets invited to the national teams, he’ll tell you that we are going here and when we come back, I’ll sign.
“I’ve told my colleagues on the board that we should not allow him to dictate to us. If he is unwilling to sign, we should allow him to go because it was Hearts that brought him to the limelight, and if he wants to be ungrateful, he should be allowed to go.”