Ghana defender, Eric Atsigah’s agent is threatening to report his former club, Masters Security and Football Association of Malawi to FIFA over unfair treatment.
Atsigah has been embroiled in a financial disagreement with Malawian club, Masters Security of which his agent has expressed displeasure about the maltreatment of his client.
Atsigah landed in Malawi in March,2018 for a seven day trial with Masters Security.
His qualities however endeared him to the club’s technical team which led to a year’s permanent contract in just three days into his trials.
The Malawian club has however failed to fulfill their financial obligations since signing Atsigah on one year deal in March, 2018.
After the expiration of his contract on 21 December,2018, Atsigah wrote formally to the club seeking to claim his sign-on fees,salaries and the back-log of bonuses but that proved futile.
He left the club but Masters Security promised an improved deal on January 2019 when Atsigah returned to Malawi after holidays in Ghana in search of a new club.
The defender agreed to sign only on condition that all the outstanding monies owed him by Masters Security are paid in full but they reneged on their promise.
The financial situation of Masters Security forced Atsigah to look elsewhere for a new club by terminating his contract.
He later joined another Malawian side,Be Forward Wanderers FC.
However, it is alleged that Masters Security are pulling “evil” strings at the Football Association of Malawi to frustrate Atsigah’s move to Be Forward Wanderers.
Atsigah has not played a single game for Be Forward Wanderers since joining from Masters Security.
It is believed that, his former club, Masters Security has told FAM not clear Atsigah to play for his new club.
Eric Atsigah’s agent is not happy about the current happening and will head to FIFA is the situation is not resolved.