Yussif Chibsah opens up on Kwame Bonsu's transfer from Asante Kotoko to Esperance

Renowned football agent Yussif Chibsah has opened up on the reason behind the legal tussle between Asante Kotoko and Tunisian club Esperance on the transfer of Kwame Bonsu.

Yussif Chibsah

Bonsu was transferred from Asante Kotoko to the Tunisian giants Esperance de Tunis in 2019 for a region of $150,000.

But the CAF champions League champions have refused to settle the transfer fee to Asante Kotoko citing a debt owed them by the Ghanaian club.

The Tunisian club claimed Asante Kotoko owed them $180,000 over the signing of Emmanuel Clottey, hence Kotoko instead must add $30,000 to them to square off the debt.

But Yusif Chibsah who acted as the middleman has finally explained his side of the stories.


Watch Yussif Chibsah in the video.

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