Inter Allies issue strong warning to Ghana Premier League clubs over Victorien Adebayor Featured
24 Feb

Inter Allies issue strong warning to Ghana Premier League clubs over Victorien Adebayor

The management of the Ghana Premier League side has cautioned all Premiership clubs about their reigning top scorer.
Inter Allies have issued a warning to Ghana Premier League clubs over their striker Victorien Adebayor.
According a statement signed by the club's vice president Delali Senaye, Some Ghana Premier League sides and agents are unlawfully inducing the Niger international.
The 23-year-old has been reportedly holding talks with a Ghana top-flight side over a possible switch next month
Below is Inter Allies statement on Victorien Adebayor
It has come to our notice, that some Ghanaian Premier League Clubs and their agents are unlawfully inducing our Forward Victorien Adebayor contrary to the FIFA regulations on the Status and Transfer of players.
We shall report any further attempt by the said Clubs to the Players Status Committe of the Ghana Football Association.
Currently, Inter Allies and the Players agent are considering Six (6) offers from Europe, One (1)  from UAE  and One (1) from Saudi Arabia. Victorien Adebayor is NOT available FOR/TO  any Ghanaian Club.
We advise that our forward be left alone to enjoy his football career
By this release the said Clubs have been put on notice and assigned final warning


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