KRISHNA Sami will have to pay $6000 to Lautoka Football Association to obtain his transfer to Nadi.
Sami's transfer dispute was one of several cases that were brought before the Fiji Football Association board on Saturday.
He was one of the 16 players who were suspended by Lautoka for boycotting training for the 2010 BOG.
The suspension was later lifted.
The former Ba and Suva rep was later suspended for breach of contract.
Sami went to New Zealand and tried to secure his International Transfer Certificate to play for Mangere United. Lautoka slapped Sami with a $27,500 price tag for his release.
He was unable to secure a transfer and returned to Fiji.
Fiji Football Association president Rajesh Patel said Sami's issue was settled after a lengthy negotiation.
"Lautoka has agreed to release Sami for $6000," Patel said.
"Nadi or the player himself can make arrangements to pay his dues. As for Ilaitia Tuilau's case, there was no agreement in place. So the two districts could not come to an amicable solution among themselves.
"We made a ruling that Tuilau was free to play for Lautoka."
Labasa had sought $10,000 for Tuilau's release. Lautoka was forced to deposit the money into Fiji FA's account which now will be refunded.
Pene Erenio has been released by Fiji FA to Labasa because there was no contract with Savusavu Football Association. Savusavu had sought $3000 for Erenio's release. This will be refunded to Labasa.
Patel said Akei Uluibau's transfer from Labasa to Suva had been settled by the two districts.