De Jong should consider a lawsuit against Barcelona over unpaid wages,says Neville

English football pundit and co-owner of Salford City, Gary Neville has told Barcelona player, Frenkie De Jong to consider a lawsuit against the club over unpaid wages if the rumours were true.

Reports suggest the player is still waiting on £17 million ($20m) in deferred salary payments, and the issue is said to be causing a hold-up in a potential transfer to Manchester United.

De Jong’s treatment has been called “bullying” by Neville, who has also urged the Dutch star’s club team-mates to stand with him in his fight for contractually agreed upon payments.

Taking to his twitter account, the football expert wrote;

De Jong should consider legal action v Barcelona and all players should be behind him!” Neville wrote on Twitter. “A club spending fortunes on new players whilst not paying the ones they have under contract their full money is immoral and a breach. @FIFPRO should be all over bullying like this and stop it.”

 

Despite reports that a deal between Barcelona and Manchester United was close, president Joan Laporta said: “It is not true that the club is obliged to sell Frenkie.”

Earlier this month, he added: “We have no intention of selling him and he wants to stay. Manchester United is not the only one who wants him.”

 

 

 

Alex

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