Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe has revealed telling colleague Hearts of Oak board members to allow star player Daniel Afriyie to leave if he wants to be ungrateful.
The now Black Stars player cut his teeth with the Phobians after joining from lower-tier side Madina Republicans.
He has since been integral to the Ghanaian giants in the past two seasons; helping them win back-to-back FA Cup titles and a Ghana Premier League.
It is reported the 21-year-old’s contract runs out this December and he has a lot of offers on the table.
Tamakloe reveals he is running away from meetings with excuses of going on international duties.
”We have not even had the opportunity to sit down with him,” he said, as quoted by Graphic Sports.
“Whenever you call him, he’ll give an excuse and because he gets invited to the national teams, he’ll tell you that we are going here and when we come back, I’ll sign.
“I’ve told my colleagues on the board that we should not allow him to dictate to us. If he is unwilling to sign, we should allow him to go because it was Hearts that brought him to the limelight, and if he wants to be ungrateful, he should be allowed to go.”