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Ghana CHAN defender Nuru Sulley has confirmed he could rejoin Hearts of Oak on loan from Libyan side Al Nasr.
The tough tackling defender who can also play in midfield recently returned from Libya where he underwent successful medical and signed a three-year contract with the Tripoli-based side for a reported US$ 130,000 transfer fee.
But due to the current unrest in the North African country, the 22-year-old has not been able to travel to join his new side and has revealed he could re-sign for Hearts on a season-long loan deal though he admits there are possibilities he could head to Egypt.
"No everything is in my hands as to where I will play the loan spell in the coming season though my new club have also told me they are talking to an Egyptian side," he told Accra-based Oman FM.
However, because I will decide I would prefer to remain here with Hearts for the coming season."
Nuru, who joined Hearts of Oak from second-tier side Mighty Jets four seasons ago, is training with the Phobians in Accra and has praised new Hearts head coach Herbert Addo.
"I'm enjoying the training under him and everything is going fine for me here. He's one of the best coaches and around and he's making everything fine here."