The representative of Hearts of Oak midfielder Gladson Awako has admitted that the future of the player lies out of his hands and that the player may or may not play for the Ghana Premier League champions.

Despite the player joining Accra Hearts of Oak less than a month ago from Great Olympics in a much publicized transfer saga.

Reports were rife in the early hours of Saturday 18th September 2021, that the midfielder has decided not to train with the team anymore due to some personal problems.

That was 24 hours to the club's CAF Champions League preliminary stage game against Guinean side CI Kamsar which they won 2-0 on Sunday.

The rumours were swiftly brushed aside as being one of media speculation and that the player was just injured and will train with the team when he gets fit.

Club Consult boss, Yussif Chibsah brokered the deal that took the midfield maestro to Hearts of Oak but has confirmed in an interview with Accra based Asempa FM that his client could quit the club without even kicking a ball.

“Hearts of Oak gave Awako permission to hold personal training. We won’t address issues in public. It has nothing to do with financial obligations.

Hearts paid everything to the player. It’s likely he may play or may not play for Hearts but we have to meet the club to discuss his future,” Chibsah said on Asempa FM.

The phobians are said to have paid Great Olympics $15,000 as some solidarity payment for the player whose contract was due to expire in October this year.

Gladson Awako was outstanding in the 2020/21 season despite facing lots of doubts prior to the start and went on to contribute 13 goals for his club in the league, scoring 6 and providing 7 assists.