The Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) has ordered Algerian side, USM Alger to make the payment of €300,000 to Kumasi Asante Kotoko for the transfer of striker, Kwame Poku, Sportsworldghana.com.can confirm.
The Black Stars forward made the move to the Algerian outfit in April, penning a four-and-half-year deal with the club.
However, the North African side are yet to cough off the involved transfer fee to the Ghana Premier League side since the player completed the move.
Reports earlier emerge that Kotoko had sent a report to FIFA regarding the failure of USM Alger to complete their part of the transfer for their former hitman.
And now, reports from Accra-based Hot FM indicate that the governing body of world football has issued an order to the Algerian club to fulfill the obligation and pay the transfer fee to Kotoko.
Since making the move to Algeria, the forward has netted four times for the club in as many Ligue 1 matches including a well-taken goal over the weekend in their 3-0 away win.