The Porcupine Warriors have been given a financial boost to start the new season following the payment received from the sale of their former striker
Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko have received an amount of $300,000 following the transfer of former striker Kwame Opoku to Algerian giants USM Alger, according to reports in the local media.
The 22-year-old joined the Algerian club in April in a four-year deal and although Kotoko wrote several letters to demand their money and even reported them to Fifa, it finally hit their account on Monday.
Kotoko can now enter the local market to get players for the upcoming season as players like Augustine Okrah and Wahab Adams are on their way out of the club.
Opoku has scored four goals for Alger since he joined them four months ago.