Chief Executive Officer of Hearts of Oak Mark Noonan has confirmed the club’s decision to take action against Inusah Musah and Isaac Mensah over their departure to Angolan top flight side Petro Atletico Luanda.
According to the American, the duo who are still contracted to the Ghanaian giants left without the consent of the club.
He disclosed that the Phobians have lodged a formal complaint over the conduct of the players to the newly formed FIFA Normalization Committee.
Musah penned a three-year contract with the Angolan outfit after refusing to extend his contract with Hearts of Oak following the expiration of his two-year deal.
Mensah also left the Phobians under similar condition to sign a three-year contract with the same club.
“Isaac Mensah (under contract with Hearts) and Inusah left Hearts of Oak without the consent of the club,” Noonan told FOX FM.
“We (Hearts of Oak) have petitioned FIFA and the Normalization Committee (Ghana) over the conduct of the players regarding their move to Angola without our consent.”