Pepe leaves Besiktas but paid salaries to club employees ┬╗Football News


Sunday, December 16, 2018


Before leaving, former Real Madrid was in charge of some payments that the team owed his employees to the serious economic crisis that crosses the Turkish club. The Portuguese deals with Middle Eastern offers that would mark the end of the cycle for Turkish lands that lasted only one year.

The controversial defender, Pepe, has terminated his contract with Turkey's Besiktas. Both parties have reached an agreement for the 35-year-old who has been at the club since 2017 to pursue his career in another league. But before leaving, the Portuguese paid the unpaid wages of some employees as canchers and cooks.

The rustic defender wanted to lend a hand to the club's eagle, which goes through an economic downturn and has already had to get rid of some numbers to make money.

Former Real Madrid and European champions 2016 with Portugal, he has a thigh injury that kept him out of the competition in the Besiktas of Gary Medel and Enzo Roco.

In addition, according to the Portuguese newspaper A Bola, the defender deals with offers from Al Gharafa of Qatar, which has already submitted a formal offer for two years and Al Ittihad from Saudi Arabia. Another option, but more distant, is a return to Real Madrid.


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