Nuru Sulley, formerly of Besiktas FC of Turkey has confirmed he is in talks with Accra Hearts Of Oak. The defender wants to return to active football in the Ghana Premier League.
Sulley left Hearts of Oak after playing for the Phobians for two season and wants to play for them again. The dependable defender confirmed this in an interview with BOSS Sports on Wednesday afternoon.
“Yes I am in talks with some management members of Hearts Of Oak but it has not been concrete yet, I am available to play for any club but still weighing my options so cannot say it hundred percent that I am joining Hearts of Oak.” Sulley said.
Asked if he will be welcome by the fans of the Phobian Fraternity on his supposed return to the club, he said, ” I played for Hearts of Oak for two years and played my heart out and so I can say, I do not have any problem with anyone in the club.”
” The great performances I exhibited for Hearts earned me a call up into the local Black Stars and when I featured for the national team during the CHAN (African Nations Championship) tournament in South Africa, I got the chance to play outside when I signed for Alayanspor in Turkey.” he explained.
“I had a very bad injury when I signed for Besiktas and could not play any official game for them, so they brought in a Malian defender and had to cancel my contract. But I have learnt a lot and matured as professional footballer so I will not say I have regretted playing outside”, Sulley continued.
Nuru Sulley has played for Great Olympics where he scored 3 goals, then Tudu Mighty Jets where he had also scored 2 goals before joining Accra Hearts of Oak SC as a Centre-Back and defensive midfielder where Sulley scored 2 goals in his first season with Accra Hearts of Oak SC.
He left Accra Hearts of Oak SC after the 2014–2015 season in Ghana. Sulley also played for Ghana national football team, Black Stars B before leaving for Turkey.