The club is going through a complicated financial situation after staying out of Europe in the middle of the Covid-19 crisis.
The end of the season was bitter, but this summer has been terrible for the fans of Ché. Valencia he continues to live a very complicated financial situation. The club not only had to release some players such as Dani Parejo or Francis CoquelinIf not, he is also having problems paying the salaries of the rest of his footballers.
According to Las Provincias, the Mestalla club staff held a meeting this Monday with the club’s financial director, Inma Ibáñez, in which the situation and the impossibility of facing the payment of last season’s salary were detailed and offered the possibility of issuing promissory notes due in September 2021.
The situation is even more complicated since the owner of the club, Peter Lim, would not guarantee the promissory notes and they would have to be guaranteed by the footballers themselves personally. Always according to the version of Las Provincias, this decision would have been rejected. If the players were to file a complaint for non-payments, Valencia could have serious legal and sporting problems that would even complicate the future of the entity.
The information puts Valencianism on guard, but the news was already revealed by both “Golsmedia” and the radio program ‘Tibuna Deportiva’ days ago, explaining that there was great concern in the dressing room, pointing out that the players still do not perceive the second part of the token that they should have collected on June 30, corresponding to the 2019/20 season.
The footballers have agreed with the club the payment of their token divided into twelve monthly installments, but the charges for January and June are those that account for practically 80% of the total of the player’s record, the June charge being the most important of the season.
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