Premier League club, Inter Allies, has cautioned clubs and their agents to desist from any unlawful engagement with their marksman, Victorien Adebayor, as the team prefer selling him to clubs outside the country.
In a press release, issued on the club’s website and signed by the Vice President, Mr Delali Senaye, Inter Allies warned that Adebayor would not be available to any club at any fee.
The statement, however, threatened to report clubs and agents who unlawfully try to induce their asset to the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) since it was in contrary to the FIFA regulations on the Status and Transfer of players.
“It has come to our notice that some Ghanaian Premier League clubs and their agents are unlawfully inducing our forward, Victorien Adebayor, contrary to the FIFA regulations on the Status and Transfer of players.
“We shall report any further attempt by the said clubs to the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association,” parts of the statement read.
The statement further revealed that the team and the player’s agent were considering offers from six clubs in Europe, one from UAE and one from Saudi Arabia and that it would not engage any offer from a Ghanaian club.
Adebayor, a Nigerien, has been impressive for Inter Allies and currently leads the GPL goal chart with 11 goals in 10 appearances.