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Asante Kotoko will still benefit from a 20% onward transfer fee on Kwame Bonsu if sold by Tunisian side Esperance.
The Porcupine Warriors recently settled their dispute with the Blood and Gold last week thanks to CLOSEmarking Consult.
CLOSEmarking Consult, facilitated the signing of a settlement agreement in respect of a U$ 240,000 FIFA fine for inducing Emmanuel Clottey and the US$ 150,000 transfer fee of Kwame Bonsu.
''Asante Kotoko won't forfeit its 20% onward transfer benefit in Kwame Bonsu deal should Esperance transfer him,it wasn't part of the pact,'' consultant Ashford Tetteh Oku told Oyerepa FM.
''That was not part of the pact between Asante Kotoko and Esperance. There is a transfer contract from Kotoko to Esperance which is still in existence, the issue is payment of transfer fee which has been resolved, as to the onward transfer or whatever is still in existence.
''Kotoko is only hoping that the player gets a bumper deal so they get enough.''
Bonsu excelled since joining the former African champions and is said to be on the radar of some clubs.
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