In the context of the conflict between Boavista and Adil Rami, FIFA ordered the Portuguese club to pay just over €200,000 to the current Troyes defender. Boavista must pay this amount in order not to be prevented from being hired.
Strong performance, captain’s armband, and even three goals in his favour. For his big comeback to France this season, Adel Rami has silenced some critics from his 36-year-old peak. While some thought they were no longer at the level to meet the demands of the French League, the 2018 world champion appears to be finding a second youngster alongside ESTAC. With the former Lille and Marseille, the rookie Trojans are currently struggling to stay in the first division, one point off the red when it comes to Nantes’ reception on Saturday (9pm).
Boavista risks hiring ban
Aside from the stadiums, Rami has led a completely different battle in recent months. On July 29, 2021, he signed with his former club Boavista, the protocol for the amicable termination of the employment contract that he has been obligated to since 4 September 2020. Under the terms of this protocol, the Portuguese team has pledged to pay. Player different amounts. Despite the agreed schedule and official reminders and notifications sent to him, Boavista never gave up a single euro. In response, FIFA was taken over in early October 2021 by Rami’s defense.
On February 2, the International Federation ordered Boavista to pay just over €200,000 to Ramy, according to information from RMC Sport. An amount accompanied by a fairly large interest on late payment. The club has until March 19 to pay that amount. If payment is not made, FIFA’s decision clearly indicates that Boavista will be prohibited from recruiting new players until full payment of the amount in question.
Ramy joined Boavista after the termination of his contract with Sochi (Russia). He played a total of 22 matches with the Portuguese club.