Muniru Sariki joined CFR Cluj in January

Colts Club Missiles Make Cash Demands In The Tranfer Of Sulley Muntari?s Brother; Sariki

Business24

By Ameenu Shardow

Asante Akim Missiles have threatened to drag Liberty Professionals to the Ghana FA if they are not paid 10% of the total transfer proceeds realized from the move of Sulley Muntari?s brother; Muniru Sariki.

The 20-year-old kid brother of the Ghana international, joined Romanian club CFR Cluj for an undisclosed fee in January.

Missiles, a colts club based in Konongo are now demanding 10% of the transfer proceeds from Liberty Professionals as their portion for developing the player.

?We developed the boy and as enshrined in the GFA rules, we are entitles to 10% of the amount Liberty sold him to Cluj for,? an administration member of the colts club; Kingsley Asafo-Agyei told the 90 Minutes newspaper.

?Sarki played for us at U10, U12 and U14 levels before leaving us to go and stay in Accra because of school where he joined the Liberty?s youth team.

?We have his card so Liberty as a professional club should do what is expected and give us the 10% for us to use to run the club.

?We know Sarki was sold for $400,000 and we are giving them (Liberty Professionals) up to the close of this month to give us the 10% development fee otherwise we will be compelled to send the matter to the GFA.?

Muniru Sariki joined Cluj in January after failing to land a permanent deal at Real Madrid following trials with the Spanish giants which were reported as successful.

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