Former PSG winger Hatem Ben Arfa has won a court appeal against PSG, who must pay him a €100,000 compensation fee
Hatem Ben Arfa has partially won a court appeal against PSG, who have been found guilty of “moral harassment” and unpaid bills to the Frenchman. The Parisiennes must pay a €100,000 fine.
Ben Arfa claims a partial victory against PSG in court
Former Newcastle winger Hatem Ben Arfa spent two seasons between 2016 and 2018 at PSG. The 36-year-old was practically exiled from the team and squad after he made some comments about the Emir of Qatar, which angered PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
He then appealed to the court, suggesting that he could’ve received performance bonuses but since he was sidelined, he was denied all of those. He sought more than €7 million in damages due to his exclusion. However, the court didn’t grant him that much, only awarding him €100,000.