Ghana Premier League club Berekum Chelsea are about to draw daggers against Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade over delayed transfer fee of defender Lee Addy.
The board chairman of the Ghanaian side Emmanuel Kyeremeh announced on the club’s website they are in the process of withdrawing the player’s services following several attempts to get the money paid.
“Berekum Chelsea have started the process of withdrawing Lee Addy from Serbian side Red Star Belgrade as his transfer fee to the Serbian side is still unpaid,” the chairman stated. “We have not received Lee Addy’s transfer fee since he went to Red Star nine months ago so we are in the process of withdrawing him from them.
Prince Tagoe has hit peak goal scoring form at just the right time as Ghana boss Goran Stevanovic prepares to name his squad for the crucial Nations Cup qualifier against Congo in Brazzaville.
Tagoe who has been in good goal scoring form for Partizan Belgrade has transformed that form into his first official game for the club, scoring twice on his league debut for Partizan Belgrade.
The 24 year old on loan from Hoffenheim in Germany stuck in either half to hive Partizan a 3-1 win over Indjija to establish an eight point lead over Red Star Belgrade.
Tagoe's goal scoring form is timely given that Asamoah Gyan who has been Ghana's main source of goals especially in away games will begin serving a three game suspension after picking up a red card in an earlier qualifier against Sudan in Kumasi.
While his call ups in the past was rightly criticized because of a lack of first team opportunities, he seems to be back in business after the loan move to Serbia.