DR Congo side TP Mazembe has been ordered by FIFA to cough out US$ 12,249 to two Ghanaian clubs.
Mazembe signed Ghanaian Richard Kissi Boateng from Berekum Chelsea in which they were supposed to pay the said amount to Liberty Professionals and Saint Stars but the Congolese side refused.
The case was taken to FIFA by the Ghanaian clubs and in January, the Dispute Resolution Chamber of FIFA gave the order but the former Champions of CAF Champions League refused to comply and therefore have been reordered the last chance to pay or face sanctions.
Ghana Premier League side Liberty are entitled to pocket US$ 9,000 and US$ 3,249 to the lower division side Saint Stars.
Last month, Mazembe were fined 1,000 Swiss Francs for refusing to pay the fee.
Boateng was transferred from Berekum Chelsea in 2013 to the Lubumbashi-based side.
The Congolese giants terminated the contract of the Ghanaian defender, Boateng in 2016 as he was deemed as surplus to requirement and his left-back position was occupied by captain of the Club Jean Kasusula.