FIFA orders USM Alger to pay €300k with interest to Asante Kotoko amid Kwame Poku unpaid transfer

World governing football, FIFA has ordered Algerian side USM Alger to pay Asante Kotoko an amount of €300,000 for the transfer of Kwame Poku, according to a report in the Ghanaian media.

The center forward joined the Algerian giants in April this year on a four and half year contract.

USM Alger have failed to pay the transfer fee to Asante Kotoko after the Ghana International completed the move.

The Porcupine Warriors reported the Algerian club to FIFA in June over the unpaid transfer fee of their former player.

According to the report, FIFA has ordered USM Alger to pay the transfer with interest.

Opoku joined the Algiers based side in April 2021 from the Ghanaian in a deal reported to be around US$300,000 in a four-and-a-half year contract.

The 22-year-old scored nine goals in 20 appearances for Kotoko during his short spell at the club before leaving for Algeria.


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