Ghana Premier League side Medeama SC have denied reports claiming the club has placed an embargo on transactions with Club Africa Consult.
Chief Executive Officer of the Akoon Park club says he is unaware of such developments and refused to comment on the matter.
“I have not seen any such reports,” an astonished James Essilfie is quoted by online portal Extra Time Online.
When he was questioned about reports that the club has decided against dealing with Club Consult Africa. He added that in a paraphrased statement: “It was the first time he had heard of any such reports and refused to comment further on a matter he denies knowledge of.”
According to Accra-based radio station Asempa FM, Medeama have taken a decision at the highest level of the club to discontinue doing business with the agency due to the performance and conduct of players acquire from the agency.
However broadcast journalist Andy Obeng Kwaku failed to mention name of players who have become the subject of the recent discussions. But, Justice Blay and Vincent Atinga are the two players within the Medeama squad who are represented by the consortium owned by former Asante Kotoko midfielder Yussif Chibsah.
Club Africa Consult manages many top stars in the Ghana Premier League and has players at giants Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak.
It is worth noting that Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu is represented by Club Africa Consult and the highly-expert managed outlet facilitated his move from Medeama to Hearts of Oak.
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