The former league winner is demanding a year’s salary amounting to $36,000 plus an outstanding sign-on fee of GHS 30,000. Konadu, in his letter to the club last week Wednesday, also asked for winning bonuses from matches against Hearts Oak and Legon Cities which, according to Joy Sports sources, is about GHS 2,000.
This takes his financial demands to a little over $41,000. There is also a request for damages, the amounts of which are unclear.
The mentor gave Asante Kotoko fourteen days to react to his letter, with the club board in the duplicate.
The board at first planned a gathering for Saturday however dropped because of the club's attention on their CAF Confederation Cup first leg tie against ES Sétif.
It is perceived that the board mentioned for the letter to examine it prior to assembling the gathering with the executives in the not-so-distant future.
Satisfaction Sports likewise comprehends that Maxwell will keep in touch with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Player's Status Committee in the not-so-distant future and refer to a break of agreement. The letter could be put together by Thursday.
Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, Nana Yaw Amponsah, in a meeting a year ago had said that the club will pay Maxwell three months' compensation for the end of his agreement.
Bliss Sports sources say, he was depending on Article 11.2 of the particulars of the arrangement, yet that was wrongly deciphered.
The condition, we assemble, doesn't discuss terms of settling the mentor when his agreement is ended, yet rather alludes to the mentor losing three matches in progression.
Maxwell, in any case, lost simply a game against Great Olympics before he was sacked by the board on December 17, 2020.
The administration of Kotoko seems astounded at Maxwell's situation as a gathering was held with him on December 24, 2020, to get back to post.
They wanted him for the game against Medeama SC, but Konadu said he needed to speak to his advisors. Both parties did not communicate again until the letter was sent last week.
Kotoko says they were expecting a response, but the camp of Maxwell also believes a letter to re-engage his services was not submitted.
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