Friday, October 7, 2022 – 04:12
Moroccan Khaled Boutayeb, a former Egyptian Zamalek player, has become a headache at the head of the team’s management after the player escalated the issue of his outstanding financial debts from the team.
The management of the Egyptian team is awaiting a decision from the Court of Arbitration for Sport on October 21 after it appealed the decision to pay the player all the funds due to him after the termination of the contract unilaterally in 2020, forcing him to file a complaint with the International Football Association.
Zamalek approached Tas amid a decision in favor of the Moroccan striker to reach a financial valuation of €2.5 million to prove that the player’s contract was terminated unilaterally for unfair reasons, a decision the Egyptian team refused to appeal. previously.
Butayeb moved a year after his move to the Egyptian League to Le Havre, France, before he left for the current year’s winter transfer window to gain new experience with FC Paris, who are training in the second degree in France.
Boutayeb had previously played 20 matches for Morocco under former French national elector Herve Renard, in which he scored 8 goals, the most important of which was against Spain in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, in a match that ended in a draw with two goals for each team.