A stern warning has been issued from Ghana following the reports that Orlando Pirates and other top clubs have targeted Sogne Yacouba.
Recent reports coming out of Ghana have stated that Pirates is one of the clubs interested in Burkina Faso international striker, Yacouba, who is currently in the books of Asante Kotoko.
The highly-rated player has also been linked with Zambia’s Zesco United, as well as Egyptian giants Zamalek.
However, Kotoko’s Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako, has reportedly warned clubs to follow the proper channels in attempting to sign the player.
“Yacouba is currently injured and I’m still waiting for his medical report after a new scan. We have a one-year deal with him now and any club who wants him must go by the Fifa rules," he reportedly told Nhyira FM, as stated on Ghana Soccernet.
“We have already warned some clubs who were acting against laws on player transfers that we might report them to CAF because that’s rubbish. We have been contacted on the availability of our players but we prefer keeping it private because we want to focus on the Special Cup and qualify for Africa again and we don’t intend selling any of our lads,” the official reportedly said.