Hearts of Oak defender Christopher Bonney is attracting interest from a club in the Ghana Premier League, PrimeNews sources understand.
Bonney was signed by the Phobias on a free transfer in 2018 but has failed to cement a regular starting place in team’s starting XI.
The defender is yet to make a single appearance for Hearts of Oak after being unable to dislodge captain Fatawu Mohammed in the suspended 2019/20 Ghana Premier League campaign.
Speaking to Green FM, Bonney has revealed that he will be playing his football with Tema-based club, Inter Allies when the season bounces back.
“I think if the league resumes, I will leave Hearts of Oak for Inter Allies on loan.”
“Inter Allies wrote to Hearts of Oak that they need me, and I don’t think it’s bad move, I am also ready to join them.”
Hearts of Oak have played 13 matches in the suspended Ghana Premier League.
Meanwhile, Hearts of Oak head coach Edward Nii Odoom has revealed that his players are yearning for the return of the Ghana Premier League.
The domestic topflight championship and all other leagues in the country are on hiatus following the ban placed on sporting activities in March by Akufo-Addo.
Ghanaian clubs are in limbo with regards to when the league with restart again. They have not graced the green turf since March 15 when the breaks were applied on the league.
According to Hearts coach Nii Odoom, his players has been expressing worry about when they will get the opportunity to be on the field again.
“The players’ worry is, when football is going to return. That’s what they have been asking me all the time,” told Happy FM and GTV Sports+