Turkish football club Elazigspor, currently playing Turkey’s third division, have been handed a three-window transfer ban by FIFA, the club’s chairman, Selcuk Ozturk, revealed on Tuesday.
Speakting to reporters, Ozturk revealed that due to unpaid debts to three of their former players — Hamidou Traore, Sarpong and Segbefia — FIFA has decided to ban the club from signing new players for the next three transfer windows.
According to Ozturk, the club’s ban will be lifted once the debt — a total of €168,000 — is either paid off or restructured.
The club’s administration is working on solving the matter as quickly as possible, Ozturk said.
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