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Martin Braithwaite 'REFUSES to leave Barcelona unless he is paid his full salary'

Martin Braithwaite ‘REFUSES to leave Barcelona unless he gets his FULL paycheck’, with LaLiga giants in limbo as they desperately try to register their summer signings before the new season kicks off

  • The international striker of Denmark has a contract with Barcelona until June 2024
  • He has reportedly demanded that he be paid the full amount for his remaining years
  • Barcelona is trying to discharge a number of fringe players this summer
  • The club is currently unable to register some of their new summer purchases

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Barcelona forward Martin Braithwaite is reportedly refusing to leave the club unless he is fully compensated for the last two years of his contract at Nou Camp.

Braithwaite, a Denmark international, has a contract with Barcelona until 2024, with the club acquiring him from Leganes in 2020.

According to SportThe Dane is refusing to bow to the club’s wishes and leave the club this summer after seeing a reduction in the money he owes under the contract he signed two years ago.

Martin Braithwaite refuses to leave the club unless he is paid his remaining salary in full

Martin Braithwaite refuses to leave the club unless he is paid his remaining salary in full

The Denmark international has been told in no uncertain terms that he has no future at the club

The Denmark international has been told in no uncertain terms that he has no future at the club

The Denmark international has been told in no uncertain terms that he has no future at the club

The report says the former Middlesbrough attacker was offered what they call a letter of liberty, essentially a clause that would ensure the Dane could decide his fate.

Braithwaite is believed to have declined this offer and demanded that he be paid his full salary for the remainder of his contract should he have to leave the club this summer.

Barcelona have strengthened in attack zones with Raphinha and Robert Lewandowski this summer and must cut their inflated wage bill to register new signings before the August 13 deadline in LaLiga.

At the end of last season, it was reported that Braithwaite had told manager Xavi that he wanted to stay and fight for his place in the team in the new campaign.

Barcelona, ​​who wanted to make up for some costly mistakes in their player roster, told the player in no uncertain terms that he would not get any playing time this season. He was banned from their pre-season tour to the United States.

Sport reports that there is discontent among the Barcelona hierarchy at how events are unfolding, with some club figures advocating that the players should accept the proposed pay cuts as a means of ensuring the club’s long-term survival.

This summer has been dominated by stories of Barcelona asking players to waive previously agreed wages.

Gary Neville has called out the Barcelona hierarchy for their 'bullying' of players in their efforts to get them to reduce their contracts

Gary Neville has called out the Barcelona hierarchy for their 'bullying' of players in their efforts to get them to reduce their contracts

Gary Neville has called out the Barcelona hierarchy for their ‘bullying’ of players in their efforts to get them to reduce their contracts

Gary Neville, the former Manchester United player turned Sky Sports pundit, recently suggested that FIFPro, the union for professional footballers around the world, should step in to stop the bullying of midfielder Frenkie de Jong.

‘De Jong should consider legal action against Barcelona and all players should be behind him!’ wrote the expert on Twitter.

“A club that spends fortunes on new players while failing to pay those they have under their contract their full money is immoral and an offence.

“FIFPRO should stop and stop this kind of bullying.”

Neville said FIFPro, the union that represents professional footballers, had to step in

Neville said FIFPro, the union that represents professional footballers, had to step in

Neville said FIFPro, the union that represents professional footballers, had to step in

A report in the athletic suggested that Neville is not alone in his unease with the way Barcelona is trying to fire current players, forcing many of them to give up millions in unpaid wages.

The report in the Spanish publication on Braithwaite goes on to say that the striker has received a number of offers from other clubs in Spain and a notable offer from a Saudi Arabian club that is alleged to triple his pay.

Barcelona reportedly believe he should give up at least part of his salary as a goodwill gesture, as they have invested more than £15million to bring the player to the club in 2020.


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