Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock is confident that the Welsh club and FC Nantes coming up with a solution about the transfer fee for the lost striker Emiliano Sala.
Nantes claims that Cardiff’s 17 million euros for the Argentine ‘just’ remits. The Premier League club asked for an extension and now has until 27 February to meet the first part of the sum to comply.
The case is already days widely covered in the British media, in which is spoken about a disagreement between Cardiff and Nantes. Warnock is believed that chairman Mehmet Dalman has everything under control.
“I know Dalman as long as I’m sitting here and I am sure that the club in the next few days on the proper way to handle it,” said Warnock Thursday on his perspraatje.
According to the seventy years of Englishman, there is not much going on, and the relationship between both clubs well. “Cardiff has deferment requested and according to me is Nantes agree.”
Telegraph: “the Contract Sala not according to rules’
Wednesday wrote to The Daily Telegraph that the Cardiff-contract of Sala not according to the rules of the Premier League was established and that the Premier League club for that reason under the payment would come.
Warnock denies that story and the uproar that now arose a bit exaggerated. He acknowledges that there was initially some disagreement about the payment, but that argument no longer exists.
“I think some things in the first instance, not quite gone as it should, so publicity was given. There are unnecessary stories created. This was between the clubs should continue,” he said.
Sala was last month in a privévliegtuig on his way to his new club, but was never there. His body was found in The Channel. The pilot was not found.