Arturo Vidal sues Barcelona to court over unpaid wages for more than £ 2 million, however, the club maintains that he misinterpreted his contract.
Arturo Vidal sues Barcelona to court saying that the club owes him £ 2 million in outstanding bonuses, The Chilean claims that after a transfer from Bayern Munich, he was entitled to a string of incentives after a good first season at the LaLiga side.
The 32-year-old Chilean made 53 appearances last season for Barcelona, winning LaLiga and reaching the Champions League semi-finals, where Liverpool knocked them out.
Vidal’s lawyers say that club owes him an estimated £ 2million in incentives because he appeared in 60% of their tournaments and he is due for it.
However, According to the Spanish newspaper, ABC claims that Barcelona has questioned him, claiming he hasn’t achieved a total of 45 minutes per game.
We argue that the clause of his deal was misinterpreted by his lawyers.
It was known that Vidal was willing to settle for less, but the Catalan club declined to do so, so his attorneys began legal action.
He says that they owe him £ 3,500,637, but got only £ 1,446,388.