Former Hearts of Oak winger Patrick Razak has made a return to his boyhood club, Bazuka Football Club ahead of the start of the Eastern Region Division Two League, Footballghana.com can confirm.
The 27-year-old was unattached after leaving the Ghana Premier League side at the end of the 2021/22 football season. His contract was not renewed by the Phobians.
Razak rejoined Hearts of Oak in 2020 after his stint in Guinea with AC Horoya and helped the Phobians win the Ghana Premier League and MTN FA Cup twice.
Ahead of the start of the second division league, the enterprising winger has joined Bazuka FC in a bid to relaunch his career.
General Manager of Bazuka, Joseph Sedinam Normanyo said;
"Razak is an experienced and disciplined player who is going to be a great addition to our project and we are willing to support his personal development to make an impact with our youth development programme.
"He has been through the ranks here before and already settled so well. We are happy to add such outstanding talent to our squad!"
Prior to his move, the former Horoya AC star had received offers from clubs both locally and abroad but the winger opted for Bazuka FC.
Razak is expected to play a huge role for Bazuka FC as they seek to make impact in the Division Two League.
The second division league will kick start this weekend.