The Cameroonian club’s chief has revealed their decision to send Asante Kotoko to Fifa following a breach of contract
Avion Academy of Doula president Pierre Batamak has revealed the club’s readiness to report Asante Kotoko to Fifa following their refusal to honour a contract signed with them.
The Cameroonian club released striker Rodrigues Mfegue Omgba to Kotoko at the start of the season in a three-year deal but Kotoko have refused to pay them the agreed fee.
According to Batamak, Kotoko owe Avion an amount of €15,000 as part of the transfer fee agreed for Mfegue but the Ghanaian club have refused to honour their part of the agreement.
“They were supposed to complete the payment on March 15 but have not done so to date,” president Pierre Batamak revealed in an interview with Cameroonian journalists.
“If payment is not made by May 1st, we will work with our legal team to report Kotoko to FIFA,” he added.
According to our findings, Kotoko paid 50% of the player’s transfer fee after he joined them last October but were supposed to pay the rest by March 15 but they have not done so.
Kotoko has this week to make the payment to avoid legal disputes with Avion officials.
Mfegue Georges has been crucial to Kotoko’s charge towards another domestic title; scoring six goals and provided three assists in 20 games.
Mfegue joined the club alongside compatriot Mbella Etouga – the current lead scorer in the Ghanaian Premier league with 17 goals