Ghana’s Emmanuel Osei Banahene has been accused of going AWOL by his Egyptian club Ismaily SC.
The club is threatening to lodge a complaint with world-governing body FIFA over the striker’s alleged conduct.
“The player surprisingly left the club hotel without permission, collected his personal belongings and switched off his phone despite the good treatment here,” a statement on the official website of Ismaily reads.
“Since taking charge in September, the current management paid the player’s financial due on time to maintain the team’s stability.”
“The player has reneged on agreements with the management on more than one occasion and so the club will lodge a complaint with FIFA,” the statement added.
Banahene, 28, is said to have left the team hotel Friday November 11.
He has been with Ismaily since 2014 after arriving from Saudi side Al-Orubah
Banahene has scored thrice in the Egyptian league so far this season.