On the second level, R-Stake professionals implored the Ghanaian Football Federation to invoke their powers to force Aduana Stars to pay their share of the $ 120,000 transfer fee from the sale of Derrick Sassraku.
Sassraku was transferred for GH 15,000 to the Dormaa-Ahenkro based party in 2014 by R-Stake Professionals, provided the lower party subsequently receives 30% of the subsequent transfer fee.
According to the contract that transferred the player to Aduana, the third team must pay a sum of $ 32,400 representing 30% of the 120,000 Aduana Stars received during the transfer of Sassraku to the African Club of Tunisia in 2018, in addition to the accrued interest on the unpaid amount. .
In a letter to the Secretary General of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), R-Stake Professionals CEO Emmanuel Yeboah claimed that Aduana Stars had reneged on clause C of their agreement despite a series of correspondence between the clubs for get the prime minister. league to settle their debt.
According to Mr. Yeboah, despite a series of letters to Aduana Stars demanding payment from their share of the transfer money, Aduana management turned a blind eye to their demands despite receiving the full transfer fee. for the sale of the player to Club Africain.
“Around August 15, 2018, Aduana transferred the player back to Club Africain de Tunisie for an amount of $ 120,000. The proof of the player’s stay in Tunisia is confirmed by a decision of the FIFA PSC of April 27, 2020 in the case 20-00166
“In accordance with (ii) above, R-Stake subsequently presented a series of complaints dated June 13, July 16, 2019 and January 11 and June 11, 2020, with a verbal response from Aduana Stars throughout. time that Club Africaine had defaulted and the case was referred to FIFA PSC for decision.
“Around August / September 2020, the FIFA award was presented in favor of Aduana Stars for $ 120,000 as follows, $ 60,000 plus five percent interest from August 2018 until the date of actual payment, an additional $ 60,000 on similar terms from November 2018, ”R-Stake Professionals said in their letter to the GFA.
In addition, R-Stake Professional said their source confirmed to them that the Tunisian club had honored their financial obligations and, therefore, wanted the GFA to invoke FIFA laws to ensure that they meet their obligations.
Sassraku, 27, currently plies his trade with Albanian FC Tirana.