Ghana Premier League heavyweights, Asante Kotoko have responded to widespread rumours of an Algerian intermediary requesting for his share of the cake following Kwame Opoku’s move to USM Algiers.
According to various reports in the local media landscape Algerian football agent Adel Hammouche has accused Asante Kotoko CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah for failing to pay him his agent fee in the transfer of Kwame Opoku to USM Algiers.
The agent who was mandated to negotiate together with an Egyptian intermediary (Sherif Farouk El Sayed ) who he claimed he never saw him continued that, after Kotoko received their money from USM Algiers, Nana Yaw Amponsah is no longer picking his calls.
He is demanding an amount of 45,000 Euros from Kotoko and has threatened to explore legal means in order to get his share of the cake.
However Asante Kotoko in a press release signed by acting Communications Manager David Obeng Nyarko, the club has stated emphatically they will not pay monies for no work done.
Below is a copy of the press release: