Hearts of Oak has extended a contract extension offer to defender Robert Addo Sowah, whose current deal with the team is set to expire at the end of this season, Sportsworldghana.com can exclusively report.
Due to injury and other factors, the centre-back has seen limited playing time in recent matches, starting from the previous season.
Despite the reduced appearances, the 29-year-old has made a notable impact, featuring in 19 games this season and scoring once. His professionalism and quality performances have made him a valuable asset for the club based in the capital.
Recognizing his contributions and loyalty, Hearts of Oak and their numerous fans hold Addo Sowah in high regard. As a result, the club has proposed a contract extension to the experienced defender.
In the coming weeks, Addo Sowah will meet with his manager to discuss the offer and decide whether to extend his contract or explore other opportunities as a free agent when his current deal expires this summer.
Hearts of Oak is optimistic that the towering defender will accept the contract extension proposal and sign a new deal in the near future.
Addo Sowah initially joined Hearts of Oak in 2016 from Pure Joy FC, a lower-tier side, on a three-year deal. He later renewed his contract in 2022, committing to another three-year term with the club.