Congolese international Raddy Avouka has extended his contract with the Phobians for the next three years, the club has announced.
The left-back whose initial deal was set to expire in the coming comes, have been handed a new three-year contract after an incredible display at the club in the Ghana Premier League.
”The management is pleased to bring to the notice of all Phobians that our Congoleseinternational defender Raddy Avouka has extended his contract at the club till 2024. The club is confident his stay with the club will help us achieve our aims and aspirations,” said the club in a statement on Wednesday morning.
The 21-year old defender joined Hearts of Oak in 2017 and has since been an integral member of the team.
With a goal and two assists for the Phobians in the first round of the Ghana Premier League, he earned a call-up into the Congolese national team where played the last two games of the 2021 Cup of Nations qualifiers last week.