Former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder, Samudeen Ibrahim has suggested that there could be a possible return to the Rainbow club.
Ibrahim was reportedly suspended by the club for gross misconduct having missed numerous training sessions but he further insisted that his contract had run out.
But the story has taken another twist with the player confirming talks are ongoing for a possible return to the continental club masters.
“Yes it’s true, talks are ongoing for my return. I’m still a Phobian so no problem.
“But pending on agreement between us,” he said.
Samudeen won Division One player of the year in 2016 during his spell with King Solomon FC but has failed to stamp his authority since moving to Accra Hearts of Oak despite his enormous talent.
Samudeen was previously linked with a move to Moroccan side Raja Casablanca.
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