Bankroller and owner of Ghana Premier League side, King Faisal, Alhaji Grusah has revealed that he is struggling to pay his players stressing that he willing to sell some of his players.
The club over the years have struggled to maintain their Premier League status due to lack financial muscle to sign quality players.
King Faisal player on Thursday refused to train ahead of their matchday 32 game against Asante Kotoko due to unpaid bonuses and salaries.
Speaking to Rainbow Radio, the experienced football administrator admitted struggling to finance his team at the moment.
“I am struggling to pay bonuses, finance my team,” he said.
“If I have the player and you want to buy him, I will sell it for you.”
Players likely to leave the team at the end of the season include top striker Kwame Peprah who has established himself as one of the best strikers in the country.
He has scored up 12 goals in the ongoing season after 31 matches.
King Faisal sit on the 15th position on the league log with 36 points.