A heavy blow for DDB at a time when it was the last thing it needed: Dinamo have to pay 200,000 euros to the Bulgarians from CSKA Sofia when Diego Fabbrini is declared free of contract.
ProSport found out that there is a clause in the agreement between the band from “Ștefan cel Mare” and the sophist group by which they undertake to pay the mentioned amount if the Italian leaves the white-red club free.
Fabbrini submitted a memorandum to FIFA requesting that his outstanding salaries be paid. The footballer is over 90 days late and, in addition, would receive compensation for the rest of the contract period, which ends next summer.
Dinamo is obliged to pay 200,000 euros to the Bulgarians from CSKA Sofia for Diego Fabbrini, if the footballer is declared free of contract
Dinamo is obliged to pay 200,000 euros to the Bulgarians from CSKA Sofia for Diego Fabbrini! If it was sold, the “dogs” would give 20 percent of the transfer.
Another trouble falls on those in DDB, who have hardly found any money lately. The insolvency, which practically meant a real mockery of the footballers, especially the Romanian ones, who can be seen in the situation of losing the salaries of the past, did not solve all the problems.
One of the most pressing of these days is that of Diego Fabbrini. The Italian is tired of being lied to by those in DDB and being unpaid. The player sent a notification to FIFA, requesting his rights. There is a very good chance that Fabbrini will receive justice from the international forum, which would mean a real financial disaster for Dinamo.
In addition to the latter arrears, 72,000 euros, he should be paid for the rest of the contract and, in addition, he would have declared free!
The situation is dramatic for another reason. ProSport found out that in the contract by which Fabbrini was brought from CSKA Sofia there is a clause according to which Dinamo undertakes to pay 200,000 euros, if the player leaves free, or 20 percent, if the footballer is sold.
Remains to be seen how will DDB manage to get out of this new financial mess.
Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.
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