Junior Agogo is still owed by former club Zamalek and FIFA has orderd the club to pay within 3 months.
The striker terminated his contract with Zamalek in 2009 over unpaid salaries. Junior Agogo then lodged a complaint to world’s football governing body that Zamalek owes him a sum of $450,000.
Earler this year Agogo received a letter from FIFA which indicated that Zamalek had been ordered to settle the Ghanaian striker with the sum within 3 months.
According to reports, Zamalek have put measures in place to get the money to the currently ill striker. The Egyptian side are looking at inviting him or his agent to Cairo in order to get the former Notingham Forest striker a bank account where the money will be transferred.
Failure to get Manuel Junior Agogo paid within 3 months will attract deeper sanctions from FIFA. Junior Agogo in his 9 month spell with the club scored 4 goals within 15 games for Zamalek.
Junior Agogo was diagnosed of stroke in January 2015 and is still fighting the battle to recover.