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GFA to receive €30,000 as their share of Kwame Opoku’s transfer money Featured

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The Ghana Football Association will receive €30,000 Euros in relation to the transfer of former Kotoko forward Kwame Opoku to USM Alger.

The Algerian giants is said to have wired €300,000 Euros to Asante Kotoko following the transfer of the player.


The €30,000 Euros is to fulfill a 10% charge by the Ghana Football Association for any international transfer dealings.


Opoku joined the North African side in March this year from the Ghana Premier League side.


However, the El Kahraba’s were dragging their feet in paying the transfer fee, which infuriated FIFA in threatening to place a transfer ban on them.


The Algerian club has quickly made payment, which was wired into the account of the Porcupine Warriors on Wednesday, 29th September.


Opoku, 22, helped the El Kahraba’s to finish fourth in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.


By: Pascal Nii-Gogo Amoah
Follow the Writer on Twitter: @niiamoah

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