Tuesday 26 May 2020
It seems that there are signs of a crisis between Mohamed El-Nene, the Egyptian national footballer, and his current club, Besiktas Al-Turki.
Al-Nani and Arsenal player moved to Besiktas early this season on loan for a season with a clause allowing the Turkish club to purchase the national team midfielder.
Al-Nini has become one of the main pillars of the Turkish team, and Besiktas coach Sergin Yalcin has recommended that Al-Nini be kept for another season, while the Egyptian player welcomed the continuation of the black and white team.
According to the Turkish newspaper “The Star”, things turned upside down, and Al-Nini caused a crisis for his club after he demanded his late dues.
The newspaper added that Al-Nini threatened not to play the remaining eight games of the Turkish team if he did not receive the salary of the last three months.
The Turkish club, like other clubs, suffers from an economic crisis due to the Corona pandemic, which caused the suspension of football activity and the suspension of local and international matches.
For its part, the Turkish newspaper “t24” said that club officials confirmed that they would not pay salaries to players during the months in which the activity was stopped.