Outgoing Hearts of Oak defender, Caleb Amankwah is pleading with the management of Accra Hearts of Oak to clear his unpaid salaries, which has been in arrears for months.
Amankwah disclosed in an interview that he has spent his wages in his hopeful battle to recover from injury and is now struggling to get financial support for treatment due to the Rainbows’ failure to pay his accumulated salaries and lack of care.
Pleading with the management to consider his plight, the former Aduana Stars defender said: “The club owes me but I’m hoping that they will do the needful so that I can take care of my family because I have spent my wages for treatment. The bills are huge and I have stopped for a while.
“But I hope the club will clear that unpaid salary so that I can further to get back on track,” Amankwah revealed via Ghanasportspage.com.
Caleb Amankwah played most of last season with knee injury but emerged as one of the best defenders.
Rumour has is that the 25-year-old centre-back has intensified plans to leave the club following the expiration of his contract after the campaign.
He joined the Phobians from Aduana Stars in 2021 and has since won a league title and two FA Cup, scoring the leveller in the final against Bechem United last season.