Wednesday 8 July 2020
Hamza Mathlouthi, captain of Tunisias Sfaxien team and player of the “Carthage Eagles”, denied suing his club for his late financial dues.
The captain of the Tunisian team, Sfaxien, went through his “Instagram” account, to deny all the allegations that the “Capital of the South” club was being sued for his late dues.
Mathlouthi announced a while ago that he had waived his six-month arrears in order to leave Sfaxien by the end of the current season.
Tunisian press reports indicated that Mathlouthi had not participated in the Sfaxien training since the decision to resume sports activity in Tunisia as a prelude to moving to the ranks of Zamalek in a free transfer deal.
And Mathlouthi became close to moving to Zamalek to support the right front in the coming season, in light of the departure of the other Tunisian international, Hamdi Al-Naqaz, in the middle of this season for financial reasons.
It is worth noting that the 27-year-old Mathlouthi agreed with Zamalek to sign a three-year contract, in exchange for a million and 700 thousand dollars, according to Tunisian press reports.