The playing body of Ghana Premier League giants Kumasi Asante Kotoko have decided to make a protest on two months worth of salaries, footballghana.com can exclusively report.
Footballghana.com also understands that the players are yet to be paid winning bonuses of five different matches which has caused some discontent in the camp.
The league has currently been suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak and the players are in isolation but they are pushing heavily for the payment of what is owed to them before the league resumes.
It is yet to be known whether the players will go on a full blown strike to try and get their money.
Kotoko are currently fourth on the league table with 25 points after 14 games.