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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-11, 8:27 pm

Anyone heard what happened with the Ricky Alvarez case? It has really dragged out. Last I heard in about December last year was it might take till March to sort out, but here we are almost middle of May and still no news! If we have to pay out that could really hit the little transfer kitty we might get anyway Mad

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-11, 9:14 pm

Ricky Alvarez saga rumbles on, despite reports saying Sunderland would have to pay Inter Milan


Reports in Italy suggested that FIFA had ordered Sunderland to pay over €10million for the player, but the legal battle rumbles on
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Ricardo Alvarez of Sunderland (Photo: 2014 Getty Images)



Sunderland are still awaiting news on their appeal over the Ricky Alvarez transfer saga, contrary to reports in Italy.
This weekend many in Italy were reporting that FIFA had rejected [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] appeal over the Alvarez situation, meaning that they would have to pay Inter Milan over €10million.


The two clubs have been at loggerheads over the player since last summer following the Argentine’s unsuccessful loan spell on Wearside last season. The dispute even led to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] career been on hold - although it eventually resumed in January when he signed a six-month deal with Sampdoria.
Sunderland and Inter’s dispute comes after a clause in his loan move to the Stadium of Light including a purchase clause should they avoid relegation. Thanks to Dick Advocaat they did, but Sunderland refused to pay the Serie A side for the 28-year-old midfielder, saying the clause in the contract was annulled when Inter refused to allow the player to undergo knee surgery on an injury.
FIFA initially ruled that Sunderland would have to honour the initial purchase agreement but appealed that decision. And despite reports suggesting otherwise, a club spokesperson confirmed that the matter was still ongoing.

Alvarez’s season at Sunderland was marred by inconsistent form and injuries. He made just 11 appearances and scored just one goal - in an FA Cup replay against Championship side Fulham.
Reports in Italy this week suggest that Sampdoria are ready to offer Alvarez a three-year contract extension at the club. He’s made 10 appearances there, scoring once.
It is believed that even if Sunderland are ordered to pay the €10.3million Alvarez would still continue his career away from Wearside.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-11, 9:52 pm

We will probably pay 10 mil euros in legal battles and then pay the fine. Its the way we work.
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-11, 9:58 pm

Aye Syd, but that was from May 2016 tongue

This is the last article I could find about him from December 2016

Sunderland expect a decision on Ricky Alvarez case in March
Last Updated: 20/12/16 12:26am
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Ricky Alvarez struggled with injury during his time at Sunderland

Premier League strugglers Sunderland expect to learn in March if they will have to pay out £8m for a player they do not even own.
The Black Cats have been involved in a dispute with Inter Milan for more than a year over Argentina international Ricky Alvarez.
The player, now 28, headed for the Stadium of Light on loan in August 2014 with a view to completing a permanent transfer, which was to be triggered if they retained their Premier League status.
However, Alvarez's stay on Wearside was blighted by injury and, despite fending off relegation under Dick Advocaat, Sunderland pulled the plug on the proposed deal.
That decision has sparked a lengthy wrangle which resulted in a Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing in Lausanne earlier this month.
And final submissions are due in February before a decision is made.

Chief executive Martin Bain said: "It was meant to last a day - it didn't, it ran over.
"Submissions are now due in at the beginning of February and then I understand that, by the middle of March, there'll be a decision by CAS."
Should the decision go against Sunderland, they would face a €10m bill - around £8.4m - for a player who started just five Premier League games across his 17 appearances for the club.
The Black Cats' argument is that Inter's hesitation in sanctioning knee surgery for the player justified their decision not to honour the contract.
Alvarez was left without a club with neither Inter nor Sunderland requiring his services, and was eventually given special dispensation to join Sampdoria on loan in January, completing a permanent move as a free agent during the summer.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-11, 10:18 pm

Hieronymus wrote:Aye Syd, but that was from May 2016 tongue

This is the last article I could find about him from December 2016

Sunderland expect a decision on Ricky Alvarez case in March
Last Updated: 20/12/16 12:26am
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Ricky Alvarez struggled with injury during his time at Sunderland

Premier League strugglers Sunderland expect to learn in March if they will have to pay out £8m for a player they do not even own.
The Black Cats have been involved in a dispute with Inter Milan for more than a year over Argentina international Ricky Alvarez.
The player, now 28, headed for the Stadium of Light on loan in August 2014 with a view to completing a permanent transfer, which was to be triggered if they retained their Premier League status.
However, Alvarez's stay on Wearside was blighted by injury and, despite fending off relegation under Dick Advocaat, Sunderland pulled the plug on the proposed deal.
That decision has sparked a lengthy wrangle which resulted in a Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing in Lausanne earlier this month.
And final submissions are due in February before a decision is made.

Chief executive Martin Bain said: "It was meant to last a day - it didn't, it ran over.
"Submissions are now due in at the beginning of February and then I understand that, by the middle of March, there'll be a decision by CAS."
Should the decision go against Sunderland, they would face a €10m bill - around £8.4m - for a player who started just five Premier League games across his 17 appearances for the club.
The Black Cats' argument is that Inter's hesitation in sanctioning knee surgery for the player justified their decision not to honour the contract.
Alvarez was left without a club with neither Inter nor Sunderland requiring his services, and was eventually given special dispensation to join Sampdoria on loan in January, completing a permanent move as a free agent during the summer.

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