South African Raymond Hack, President of the FIFA Status of the Player Committee, advocates " personally " a conciliation between all parties in connection with the transfer of Emiliano Sala from Nantes to Cardiff, as reported Wednesday RMC, relying on the mail he sent to both clubs.
On February 26, Nantes appealed to FIFA to obtain payment of the transfer indemnity (€ 17 million excluding bonuses) due by Cardiff as part of the transfer of Emiliano Sala, who died on January 21 in a car accident. plane over the Channel. In his response to the French club, Hack believes that beyond the interest of clubs to close the case by an amicable agreement, this issue is also desirable out of respect for the family. "Just received, this letter is already sent to the media, is indignant in the entourage of FC Nantes, which is not very good sign to calmly begin a conciliation. "
After receiving this letter from FIFA, the two clubs now have ten days to respond to Raymond Hack's request for conciliation. If one or both of them refuse, the Court of Arbitration for Sport should be seized. "For our part, we will respond to FIFA within ten days", says only in the entourage of FC Nantes.