Information reaching us is that Ghanaian defender Nuru Sulley has ended his journey with Accra Hearts of Oak.
This news was confirmed by the Accra-based side on their social media accounts with a picture of Nuru Sulley holding a trophy.
Hearts of oak mutually part ways with Nuru Sulley. The club will like to thank him for his service during his stint with us.
The 29-year-old rejoined Hearts on a free transfer in April 2020 after leaving Iraqi club Naft Al-Basra where he spent less a year when he left Al-Mina’a SC to join.
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The experienced central defender made 16 appearances for the Phobians last season, helping them to win the Ghana Premier League and the FA Cup.
Sulley ended his first stints with the Ghanaian giants in July 2011 where he was transferred to Libyan top-flight side Al Nasr Benghazi.
He went ahead to play for Al Ittihad Tripoli and Egyptian side Talea’a El Gaish before moving to Turkish club Alanyaspor.
Few months ago Iraqi club Erbil Sports Club announced the signing of Sulley but the deal didn’t materialise.