Reports reaching SilverSports indicate that the newly appointed Coach of the Black Stars of Ghana Kwesi Appiah is expected to pay a staggering $100,000 as compensation for terminating his contract with Sudanese top-flight side Khartoum Watani FC,

Appiah parted ways with the capital-based club to take charge of the Black Stars where he officially begun his duties on May 1.

The reappointed Coach of the Stars is to cough out the astound figure to the side for parting ways before the expiration of his contract.

The contract terms reveals both parties are to pay each other $100,000 if one decides to get out of contract before it is due.

This suggests Kwesi Appiah must pay the amount as compensation to the Sudanese side after agreeing to take up the Ghana job.

Al Khartoum were also-rans when Appiah took charge of the team nearly three years ago and now they among the title contenders.

Appiah has named a provisional 30-man home-based side to prepare for the 2018 CHAN qualifier against Burkina Faso.

He oversaw Ghana's successful qualification for the 2014 World Cup, but a disastrous showing at the tournament in Brazil ultimately cost him his job.

He replaces Israeli Avram Grant, who parted ways with Ghana after a disappointing 2017 Africa Cup of Nations campaign.

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