Hearts of Oak striker Kofi Kordzi has indicated his readiness to move abroad amid high interest from Qatari club Al-Sailiya.
As reported by Modernghana Sports on Sunday evening, the bulky and strong forward is being chased by the Qatari club as they eye securing his signature in the ongoing summer transfer window.
Information gathered today has revealed that officials of Al-Sailiya have formerly made an offer of $150,000 to Hearts of Oak with an onward transfer % of 15%.
Subsequently, the Phobians in a counter-offer proposed a transfer fee of $200,000 with an entitlement of 20% of his future sale.
While the two clubs continue talks, Kofi Kordzi has expressed his desire to seek greener pastures in Qatar.
He has according to sources, written officially to the club pleading for them to consider the situation of his family and sanction the move to Al-Sailiya.
Last season, the strong striker featured in all 14 matches of the Phobians in the Ghana Premier League before it was canceled and managed to score 6 goals in the process.