Agent of Asante Kotoko forward, Franck Mbella Etouga on sighted reports has lamented his disappointment with the reigning champions of the Ghana Premier League involving the transfer of the aforementioned player.
Amadou Tinga revealed that the "Porcupine Warriors" still owes Etouga's former club AS Fortuna $10,000 for his services when he joined last season.
Following this, he claims no Cameroonian player will join the Kumasi-based outfit unless there is a change in the club's management.
And also hinted that football is all about relationships and not money and on such note - there is nothing of sort between the two sides.
Amadou Tingana's words to the media (Akoma FM) -"Let (Kotoko) know that it is not all about money, relationship counts but unfortunately they have destroyed that beautiful relationship with AS Fortuna," he continued -
"Kotoko still owes them $10, 000. Based on this issue, no Cameronian player will join Kotoko unless this current crop of management of Kotoko are out of office,".
The 21-goal hero being the centre of this entanglement have reportedly been signed by Egyptian side Ismaily for a reported fee of $400,000.
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