The International Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) announced that Malaga decided to pay 500 thousand euros to Galatasaray on the grounds that it did not comply with the entire agreement on the transfer of Nordin Amrabat. The Spanish team received this penalty on the grounds that it did not comply with the “friendly match will be held” clause in the agreement.
Malaga President Jose Maria Munoz, International Sport Of the Court of Arbitration (CAS) Galatasarayannounced that he decided to pay 500 thousand euros to. Nordin AmrabatIt was stated that such a decision was made on the grounds that the “preparation match will be held” clause in the agreement made in the transfer of ‘s 2013-14 season was not followed.
“REQUESTED 15 TIMES BUT NOT REALIZED”
Jose Maria Munoz said in a statement, “48 hours ago, it was stated that we had to pay 500 thousand euros due to the Amrabat problem. Malaga had to play a match with Galatasaray and this match was not made. About 15 times were requested but not realized.” said.
AMRABAT’S BONSERVICE COST
Galatasaray sent Nordin Amrabat to Malaga in 2015 for a 3.5 million euro transfer fee and a friendly game in Istanbul. The Moroccan player, who played in Malaga for 6 months, was then transferred to Watford with a transfer fee of 8.4 million euros.