Too Much Demands Prevented The Signing Of Anim Cudjoe-Kotoko CEO


Kumasi Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, Nana Yaw Amponsah, says the Club of winger, Mathew Anim Cudjoe, requested 250000 US dollars before he leaves.

The board of the Porcupine Warriors, driven by Nana Yaw Amponsah, endeavored to sign the Legon Cities aggressor on a lasting arrangement after a fruitful season-long advance, yet exchanges separated.


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He uncovered Kotoko couldn’t meet the sum cited by his manager, Samuel Anim Addo, and he, in the long run, joined Legon Cities on a season advance in the wake of getting back to parent club, Young Apostles.

“His group and supervisors were requesting 250000 USD from us as signing expense and we were unable to hack that sum,” Amponsah said on Oyerepa FM.

“That is the reason we went in for Fabio Gama as a substitution. I disclosed to Samuel Anim Addo that was colossal. He wasn’t prepared to renegotiate.

“His [Fabio Gama] work license was the problem, yet that has been arranged,” the Brazilian midfielder is yet to be included in any game for Kotoko since his signing back in October.

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