After assisting with statements in the process where Juventus suffered a fifteen-point removal, this Friday the testimony given by Paul Dybalain which he comments that he plans to bring his former club to justice due to a debt they have owed him for months.
“I don’t remember when my last salary was paid, but I know very well that Juventus still owe me money“, Cordovan declared in front of the Guardia di Finanza on February 21, being harsh towards his former club. and appeals for its renewal.
The man who arrived from the Instituto de Córdoba, after moving to Mourinho’s Roma last season, has decided to start claiming what is due to him in the event that what was agreed with the club is not fulfilled, despite the possibility of being penalized for his statements. The sum in question would be a total of 3.7 million euroswhich had been promised by the top management of the Turin club through a private agreement with the player.
Similarly, the Old lady You still have one month to start making the corresponding payment to the former Palermo. “I know that in April 2023 Juventus have the last opportunity to pay those 3 million more or less. If not, my lawyer will put the requests in writing, although I hope it won’t go that far. I want my money back but without filing a lawsuit, avoiding problems for me and for Juventus”, said the former “10”, trying and wishing to end his relationship with Juventus in the best possible way.
Furthermore, during his testimony given to the Prism casethe player explained the reasons why the debt arose: “When we made the agreement for the salary change, we knew that if I still had a contract, the outstanding salaries would be paid in addition to the subsequent ones. if I left, on the other hand, they had to pay me immediately“.
In other words, since Dybala left the club in June 2022, that agreed fee had to be paid as immediate compensation, which Juventus never ended up doing. This is related to the changes that the Italian team has made to the salary of various players.
How does this payment change start?
This whole situation starts from economic irregularities that Juventus committed between 2019 and 2021 to save the club’s economy mainly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The main problem on which the investigation against the Italian team focuses is due to maneuvers that have been carried out with the salary of several players. The leaders would organize a deferment of payments, committing new irregularities in its budgets and years.
The Italian magistrate believes that the team’s authorities have modified some invoices so as not to highlight the illegal movements they have made. As a result, many executives were suspended exercise sporting activity in any club.
Despite having punished Allegri’s team with a 15-point subtraction this Serie A, the trial is still ongoing and there is a check scheduled for March 27.
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