Guinean giants Horoya AC have terminated the contract of Ghana winger Patrick Razak, according to media reports.

The diminutive winger joined the Guinea outfit last season amidst high expectations but after failing to meet expectation, the former Hearts of Oak man has been released.

It was reported that Hearts of Oak sold the 24-year old pacy winger to Horoya AC for a transfer fee of about $150,000.

Razak has been in his native country, Ghana for the past months searching for a new club to relaunch his career.

Hearts of Oak and other unnamed  Ghana Premier League clubs are currently holding talks with the former Tamale Utrecht star over a possible deal.

Razak was a member of the Black Stars 'B' that clinched the 2017 WAFU Cup.

He had been struggling with regular playing time at the Guinean champions since joining them in October 2018.

He made only four appearances — 96 minutes — for Horoya AC during their CAF Champions League campaign last season.