Exclusive reports from Kickgh.com reveal that centre-back Caleb Amankwah has turned down a contract extension offer from Hearts of Oak.
Despite his team’s underwhelming performance this season, the 25-year-old has been one of the standout players in the Ghana Premier League.
Hearts of Oak attempted to retain Amankwah’s services by offering him an improved monthly salary of Ghc 7,000. However, his representatives deemed the offer unsatisfactory, leading to his decision not to extend his contract.
Amankwah’s current deal with the Accra-based club is set to expire in July 2023. Rumors have circulated that the defender has received multiple offers from European clubs, particularly from Serbia.
Sportsworldghana.com last week reported that a Serbian club has tabled a $300,000 offer to secure the signature of the WAFA Academy graduate. Amankwah has allegedly accepted this offer and intends to move abroad following the conclusion of the 2022/23 season.
Amankwah joined Hearts of Oak on a free transfer from Aduana Stars on March 12, 2021. Since then, he has achieved success, winning the Ghana Premier League, two FA Cup titles, and the President’s Cup with the club.