Ghana international Nuru Sulley has narrated to Empire FM, his ordeal of facing neglect by his club Alanyaspor in Turkey for the past few months.

The central defender is currently nursing a ligament injury and has not been paid for the past three months despite several attempts by his agent.

The former Hearts of Oak and Mighty Jets player laments this isn’t the first time such an incident has occurred following his move to the Eastern European country.

Recounting his story exclusively to Empire FM’s Julius Abakah Emunah on Sports Today, he explained that his agent had to send several warning letters from FIFA before part of his previous salaries were honoured by the club.

Alanyaspor secured promotion to the Turkish top flight last season and Sulley was integral in this successful quest.

The club  also have other Africans on their books namely, Kenneth Omeruo (Nigeria) and Guy-Michel Landel (Guinea).

The cruel aspect is they have wiped out the profile of Nuru Sulley from their official website.

The 24 year old narrates his ordeal in an exclusive interview with Empire FM’s Julis Emunah in the link below.

Nuru Sulley was called up by former coach Avram Grant during the black stars pre – tournament camping before the AFCON 2017 but was dropped before the tournament.