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Esso agrees on a comeback after striker reportedly refused contract extension

Joseph Esso has agreed a two year contract extension after striker earlier failing to extend his contract with Accra Hearts of Oak


Its been a week since Ghana Premier League giants Accra Hearts of Oak released five players from their ranks following non-performance, contractual disputes amongst other reasons.

One name that surprised the clubs teeming supporters and pundits was striker, Joseph Esso. According to the clubs spokesperson, Kwame Opare Addo in a recent media interview revealed that the club couldn't meet the exorbitant demands of the player hence his release from the rainbow club.

This however did not sit down well with lots of people who had strong affinity to the club, registering their displeasure about the Esso's departure on various media platforms.

Interestingly, information from close sources of the club indicate that the clubs top hierarchy have reached an agreement to re-sign their released striker Joseph Esso back into their fold after his release a week ago.

The 23-year-old has since agreed to a two-year fresh deal with the club finalizing paper works in efforts to announce the deal officially to the supporters and stakeholders of the club.

This news will be welcomed with open arms by the clubs supporters, who were said to have offered to pay the contract sum Esso and his representatives were demanding.

Esso, during his three-year spell with Hearts from Ebusua Dwarfs, played 42 matches across all competitions and found the back of the net 10 times.

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