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Enyimba yet to receive Sokari transfer fee

17 December 2015, 13:54

Abuja - Enyimba chairman, Felix Anyansi-Agwu, has cast doubts on Kingsley Sokari’s supposed moved to CS Sfaxien, and has claimed the Tunisian club is yet to pay the player’s transfer fee.

Speaking to News24 in Abuja on Wednesday, Agwu said they are yet to issue Sfaxien Sokari’s international transfer certificate because the deal isn’t concluded yet, despite the Tunisians already unveiling the player.

“We are still negotiating with CS Sfaxien but no deal has been agreed for Kingsley Sokari yet,” Agwu told News24.

Also read: Enyimba boss Ikhana debunks exit rumours

“They have unveiled him but we have not issued them the international transfer certificate and we won’t do that until the agreement is met because we do have an agreement that hasn’t been fulfilled but as soon as it is fulfilled, we will believe everything has come to its conclusion.”

Sokari had been unveiled by Sfaxien earlier in the week as their latest signing, but the Enyimba chairman is insisting no deal has been done and no deal will be done until Sfaxien meet their financial obligations, which he says he expects to be soon.

“We are not pressing the panic button because we have an agreement but they must fulfill their financial obligation before we say this has come to a logical conclusion. We hope they will pay the transfer within the next one week and if they don’t, then we begin to ask questions because if there is no money, we won’t give his transfer certificate,” he concluded.

- News24


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