Strap up your seat belts folks for Fiorentina might be considering another legal action in the Mohamed Salah transfer saga!
Watching Fiorentina this season, I guess I should have studied law in College, at least I would have a far greater chance of employment by suing clubs! Seems like a fun job to me.
According to reports published in espnfc, the Viola are angry at Roma for inviting Mohamed Salah in Italy before the whole saga has been solved. Here’s what the President Andrea Della Valle has to say about the whole situation:
“It wasn’t a nice thing to see Salah arrive in Rome. He’s not been presented officially, even if he effectively has been. Maybe Roma could have avoided all of this.
“Solicitors are working on the issue — ours, his and Chelsea’s. We’re trying to ensure a contract is respected, and then we’ll see. We don’t like arguing with anybody and we haven’t said either ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to Salah joining Roma, but it’s a very delicate subject and I can’t say too much about it.
“They may be convinced about it in other cities, but all we say is that we’ve got a contract in our hands. If they’re happy, let them be happy. The player left here convinced by his agent and I’m the first to be disappointed by the way this whole issue has evolved.
“When Salah arrived here, he was practically unknown. But I’ve got to think about the future now and open up a new cycle.”
I am not entirely sure what Fiorentina is trying to do here. Are they trying to impose another legal proceeding? If I didn’t know better, I would say they are trying to challenge Lionel Messi’s goal tally with their number of suing in one season. They sure are off to a great start, if that’s the case!
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