Ghana Premier League side Asante Kotoko has been ordered by the Player Status Committee(PSC) to pay an enormous fee to ex-winger Maxwell Baakoh.
The ex-Karela United filed a suit against Porcupines to demand his unpaid signing-on fee.
Baakoh joined the Reds in 2018 where penned a two-year deal with the club.
Kotoko had agreed to pay the winger signing-on but refused.
Maxwell Baakoh’s contract run out in 2020 and also refused to extend his stay.
Therefore, he dragged the club to the Ghana Football Association’s PSC to demand his unpaid signing-on fee of GHC 25,000.
A ruling by the PSC has charged Kotoko to pay the amount in the next 15 days.
Maxwell Baakoh is currently on loan at Libyan top-flight side Al Madina from parent club and Egyptian club Cleopatra FC.
Asante Kotoko already have been ordered today ex-midfielder $30,000 for refusing to pay the players’ share of his transfer to Esperance Sportive de Tunis.