BREAKING: Kotoko to face demotion over Emmanuel Clottey's transfer; Check the full details Featured
19 Mar

BREAKING: Kotoko to face demotion over Emmanuel Clottey's transfer; Check the full details

The two-time CAF Champions League title holders could face an elimination from the Ghanaian top-flight league following a debt owned to the Tunisian giants.
 
 
Ghana Premier League heavyweights Asante Kotoko have been ordered to pay $180,000 to Esperance de Tunis over Emmanuel Clottey's transfer.
 
The Porcupine Warriors have been ushered to pay the abovementioned amount for the wrongful signing of the former Berekum Chelsea forward after Clottey rufused to pay.
 
According a report filed by Light FM, management of Asante Kotoko have received a letter from the world football governing body, FIFA, ordering them to settle the debt else they will lose their status as a Premiership club.
 
Also, the letter from FIFA usher the Kumasi based club to pay Esperance de Tunis $180,000 before April 6.
 
The decision comes after Asante Kotoko dragged the Tunisian top-flight club to FIFA over unpaid transfer fee of their former midfielder Kwame Bonsu.
 
Bonsu was sold to Esperance de Tunis around transfer fee of $150,000 after an explosive performance in their 2018/19 CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
 
"Kotoko have received a letter from FIFA which orders them to pay us $180,000 for the wrongful signing of Emmanuel Clottey," Esperance de Tunis vice President Walid Arem told Nhyira FM
 
"We don't owe them but rather they owe us $30,000 and they have to settle us before the date stated in the letter from FIFA"
 
"We bought Kwame Bonsu for $150,000 and they also owe us $180,000. We need the money badly, so we're waiting for it''
 
Kickgh.com understand the management of Asante Kotoko cannot find documents on the Emmanuel Clottey's ruling which was sent to the club four years ago.
 
Clottey who is currently playing for Ghana Premier League side Great Olympics joined Asante Kotoko in 2015.
 
In 2015, Clottey was wrongful signed by Asante Kotoko whiles he had contract with Tunisian club Esperance de Tunis.
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