Benjamin Mendy suing Man Metropolis over unpaid wages | Soccer Information

Benjamin Mendy has launched a “multi-million-pound” declare in opposition to Manchester Metropolis over unpaid wages.

The 29-year-old former Metropolis defender has filed the declare with the Employment Tribunal inside the previous few days, claiming “unauthorised deductions from wages” after he was charged with rape and sexual assault in 2021.

In July, Mendy was found not guilty by a jury in a retrial at Chester Crown Court. Earlier this yr the footballer had been discovered not responsible of sexual offences in opposition to various ladies however the jury have been unable to achieve verdicts on the 2 fees, resulting in the retrial.

Mendy has been searching for the return of pay he’s owed up till the tip of his contract, which led to June 2023.

Nick De Marco KC has confirmed to Sky Sports activities Information he’s appearing on behalf of the now-Lorient participant, and {that a} declare has been filed.

An announcement mentioned: “Nick De Marco KC (instructed by Laffer Abogados (Madrid) is appearing for the previous Manchester Metropolis participant Benjamin Mendy in a multi-million-pound declare for unauthorised deductions from wages.

“Manchester Metropolis FC did not pay Mr Mendy any wages in any respect from September 2021, following Mr Mendy being charged with numerous offence all of which he was subsequently acquitted of, till the tip of his contract in June 2023. The declare will come earlier than an Employment Tribunal.”

Manchester Metropolis didn’t remark when contacted by Sky Sports activities Information

Mendy grew to become the Premier League’s most costly defender when Metropolis paid £52m to Monaco for him in 2017.

He gained three titles with Metropolis and was a part of France’s World Cup-winning squad in 2018.

Mendy final performed for the membership in August 2021, and now performs for Lorient in Ligue 1.


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