By:brightwebtv.com/nana asare barimah
The 26-year-old has threatened to take legal action against the Ghana Premier League side over unpaid sign-on fee.
Ivorian international Adingra Bidodane Moussa has confirmed dragging Asante Kotoko to the world football governing body, FIFA, over unpaid sign-on fee after his contract was terminated.
The Porcupine Warriors terminated the contract with the former Lobi Stars forward just a week after announcing his capture on a free transfer.
“I’m not leaving Ghana today or tomorrow until they pay my sign-on fee and salaries stated in the three-year contract” Adingra Moussa told Nhyira FM
“I’m not a chicken that you can sign me and tell me that you will not pay my fee and salaries in the contract after cancelling it. Everyone in my country knows I have signed for Asante Kotoko and cancel it after a week”
“I came to Kotoko not for money but to play football. Several clubs in Africa were chasing me for my signature but I opted to join Asante Kotoko”
“My next line of action is to drag them to FIFA” he concluded.
Adingra joined Kotoko on a three-year deal on a free transfer but his contract was terminated for an unknown reason.