MANCHESTER UNITED legend Gary Neville has condemned Barcelona for the membership’s remedy of Frenkie de Jong.
The LaLiga giants introduced De Jong, 25, an ultimatum this week.
Barcelona owe De Jong £17m in backdated wagesCredit score: Getty
Neville has labelled Barcelona ‘a shame’Credit score: AFP
Membership officers knowledgeable him that he will have to take a pay lower if he needs to stick on the Nou Camp or else he will have to depart.
Barcelona already owe the midfielder £17million in unpaid wages after he agreed to defer the cost of his wage right through the Coronavirus pandemic.
However now the membership are making an attempt to pressure him out in a bid to scale back the salary invoice.
Guy Utd have already had a £71.5m bid authorized by means of Barcelona for De Jong, however the Dutchman has made it transparent that he does now not wish to make the transfer – a lot to the dismay of his employers.
And now, former United defender Neville has voiced his fear over the location.
He tweeted: “I in reality don’t care if he [De Jong] indicators for United or now not!
“On the other hand it has highlighted a scenario I’ve all the time been captivated with which is employers/golf equipment taking the p*** out of employees/avid gamers and now not paying them their due cash!
“Barca are a shame to their nice title!”
That is the second one time Neville has been crucial of Barcelona this week.
On Monday he steered that De Jong and his teammates will have to imagine felony motion.
He mentioned: “De Jong will have to imagine felony motion v Barcelona and all avid gamers will have to be in the back of him!
“A membership spending fortunes on new avid gamers while now not paying those they have got underneath contract their complete cash is immoral and a breach.
“@FIFPRO will have to be in every single place bullying like this and forestall it.”
Barcelona at the moment are taking into consideration different ways by which they may be able to offload the midfielder.
A mortgage deal might be at the playing cards, with Bayern Munich and Chelsea each .