FIFA orders Club Africain to pay Derrick Sasraku $140,000 in the next 45 days or face transfer ban Featured
15 May

FIFA orders Club Africain to pay Derrick Sasraku $140,000 in the next 45 days or face transfer ban

The Tunisian club have been ushered to pay a whopping fine for the wrongful contract termination of the former Aduana Stars striker.
Ghanaian striker Derrick Sasraku has won the legal tussle against Tunisian giants Club Africain over the abrogation of his contract earlier this year.
The World football governing body, FIFA has asked the Tunisian side to pay the 25-year-old an amount in excess of USD $140,000 in the next 45 days.
FIFA has ordered the Red and White to settle the abovementioned amount in the next 45 days or face a transfer ban.
Sasraku joined Club Africain in August 2018 and went on to make 11 appearances in the Tunisian top-flight in the 2018/2019 season.
He has been in Ghana since his contract was terminated by Club Africain for an unknown reasons.
The ruling signed by Chief Legal & Compliance Officer Emilio García Silvero read: ''The Respondent, Club Africain, has to pay to the Claimant, within 45 days as from the date of notification of this decision, the amount of USD 79,201 plus interest:
''The Respondent has to pay to the claimant the amount of USD 450 corresponding to a flight ticket from Tunis to Accra.
''The Respondent has to pay the Claimant compensation for breach of contract in the amount of USD 47,038 plus 18% interest p.a. as from 24 January 2020 until the date of effective payment.''
Below is the ruling from FIFA








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