It turned out that Galatasaray 30-year-old Algerian footballer Sofiane Feghouli sent a warning to the club because he could not get his receivables during the pandemic period.
Algerian wing player Sofiane Feghouli, who has been wearing the Galatasaray shirt since 2017, sent a warning to the yellow and red team due to the fact that their receivables were not paid during the pandemic process.
According to the news of Hürriyet; Feghouli, who sent the protest on July 8, asked for his receivables for March, April and May.
Feghouli, who joined the squad in 2017 for a 4.25 million Euro test fee from the Premier League team West Ham United, performed 27 goals and 23 assists in 105 games. This season, Feghouli was able to produce 7 goals and 6 assists in 34 official matches.
Sofiane Feghouli is the second most winning name in the yellow-red team with 3.85 million euros.