Medeama winger Theophilus Anobaah’s shocking move to Petrojet is on the verge of collapsing after the Ghana FA refused to issue the Egyptian outfit with the player’s International Transfer Certificate, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal.
The Ghana FA has refused to grant him his request following doubts over his availability.
Petrojet confirmed the signing of the Ghanaian international on a three-year deal last week despite doubt surrounding his status.
The Tarkwa-based side insists he has two more years left on his existing deal – a claim which is being challenged by the 23-year-old.
Medeama have suspended him indefinitely after he refused to turn up for training with his conduct reported to the Ghana FA.
The player is believed to have convinced the North Africans about his supposed free agent status through the suspected connivance of his Egyptian agent Mohammed El Zayat, which influenced the Suez-based side to sign him.
However, GHANAsoccernet.com understands that the blocking of his International Transfer Certificate has angered officials of Petrojet who are considering pulling out of the deal.
They have asked the player to return to his native country to resolve the matter with growing conviction he misrepresented himself to the club.
The Egyptian outfit could also be in trouble if Medeama decide to take legal action against them for luring their player without their consent.
Despite fighting his contract with the Mauve and Yellows publicly, GHANAsoccernet.com can reveal that the player has begged club president Moses Armah privately to let him go since he is aware of the repercussion on his promising career.
Anobaah is a fine talent but his future is being threatened by his disregard for contractual obligations to the Ghanaian side.