The Supreme Court confirms the ruling that forces Real Madrid to compensate a former player

The Court
Supreme has dismissed the allegations presented by Real Madrid against a judgment of the Madrid Court of Justice, which condemned him to indemnify to Francisco Manuel Tena, former Castilla player, with 1.56 million of euros.

The footballer denounced the club for having rescinded contract early Y without
compensation. The Madrid Court of Justice agreed with him and the club presented allegations before him Supreme, which have now been rejected, as reported by vozpópuli, citing a judgment of the High Court of April 24.

The Supreme Court, according to the aforementioned source, understands that the contract of the player with Real Madrid was abusive. Tena was active in the white box between 2016 and 2018, the latter year in which he accumulated several casualties for injury. Despite having a contract until June 30, 2018, in January of that year the club reported that it had canceled your license federative for ‘excess quota’. In this situation, he could not play with the white box again, which urged him to find a team in which to play as yielded.

The ruling classifies the contract as abusive for including a termination clause of 30 million euros

Tena spent the season blank, despite the fact that Real Madrid, according to the sentence cited by vozpópuli, “Hired another player for this season”. In September 2019, the Madrid Court of Justice sentenced the club chaired by Florentino Pérez to pay the player 1.56 million euros, after the Social Court number 35 of the capital dismissed the case in the first instance.

Understand the sentence that the decision of Real Madrid lowered the cache of the footballer, harming him in his career, which currently runs in the Ejea of the Second B. And qualifies as abusive the termination clause (30 million) contemplated in the contract.