Unpaid Bonus – Neymar Considers Reporting Barcelona To FIFA

first_imgRelatedBarcelona Confirms Neymar Departure, PSG Move ImminentAugust 2, 2017In “Europe”Neymar-Barcelona Saga Rumbles On…October 10, 2017In “Europe”Neymar To PSG: Pros And ConsAugust 4, 2017In “Europe” World’s most expensive footballer, Neymar, is reportedly considering a formal complaint to FIFA over Barcelona’s refusal to pay loyalty bonus to his agent.Barcelona has refused to pay Neymar’s agent, who is also his father, a loyalty bonus around £23m following the Brazilian’s contract renewal with Barcelona last year.According to Sky Sports, The 25-year-old forward feels very bad about the situation and is “considering” filing a formal complaint to the world football’s governing body, FIFA.Barcelona’s spokesperson, Josep Vives, told reporters recently that the Catalan club “will not pay the bonus to Neymar’s father.”He continued: “There were three conditions: the player must not negotiate his departure from the club during the month before the bonus became payable, he must demonstrate his desire to fulfill his contract, and that we would not pay out the bonus before September 1, to ensure the transfer window was closed.“Now that we know that none of these three conditions were met, we will not honour that bonus.”Neymar completed his world record €222m move to Paris Saint-Germain last week, and will reportedly earn £40.3m in wages per year after tax, with around £515,000-a-week.last_img read more


Rashid Sumaila: I’II win the South Africa league title with Mamelodi Sundowns

first_imgBlack Stars defender Rashid Sumaila is optimistic of cliching  the South African League title with Mamelodi Sundowns with just two winsClosest rivals Kaizer Chiefs lost grounds in the title race after being held to a goalless draw by Wits University on Wednesday.The results means the Brazilians will clinch their first Absa Premier League title in seven years with victories over SuperSport United and Maritzburg United.The record-five time champions will host their Pretoria neighbours this weekend before they visit United two weeks laterAfrica’s richest domestic prize is now well within their reach as they must negotiate the decisive two games to make it count.A couple of victories and Sundowns, a club bankrolled by mining billionaire Patrice Motsepe, will have an unassailable lead. The team that have won their last nine league games are on 61 points, and defending champions Chiefs have 56 and Wits 52 with three fixtures each to play.” This silverware has been my dream ahead of the Mundial in Brazil and I confidently believes this will boost my moral ” He saidAt stake is a 10 million rand ($950,000-690,000 euros) champions’ cheque and a place in the even more lucrative 2015 CAF Champions League.Sumaila has been towering at the back for the side since he joined at the start of the season.He is in line to make Ghana’s squad to June’s World Cup in Brazil. after a fabulous campaign.last_img read more