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The TAS ruled in favor of the Uruguayan Gastón Silva and Independiente will have to pay him a million-dollar sum

2024-02-29T23:23:40.107Z

Highlights: The TAS ruled in favor of the Uruguayan Gastón Silva and Independiente will have to pay him a million-dollar sum. The Avellaneda club has 45 days to pay or it will be inhibited in the next transfer market. In addition to Silva, the club is in conflict with Martín Cauteruccio. The King of Cups demands 5 million dollars from the forward for not having executed his termination clause and leaving as a free player. El Rojo has already canceled some debts with two former players.


The Uruguayan played for Rojo between 2017 and 2020. The Avellaneda club has 45 days to pay or it will be inhibited in the next transfer market. The institution is also in conflict with Martín Cauteruccio.


When

Independiente

seemed to be leaving behind the tough defeat against

Racing

on the date of the classics, more problems appeared

for the

Avellaneda institution

.

On this occasion a

ruling against him forces him to pay the Uruguayan Gastón Silva

the sum of

2,276,000 dollars

.

The relationship between the player and the

King of Cups

broke down in 2020 when Silva claimed

that Independiente had not met the financial commitments made in his contract.

The sum that the TAS forces Independiente to pay is the result of

1,650,000

that the Uruguayan claimed at the beginning plus

296,000

in interest from 2022 and

330,000

in fines for not having complied with the initial payment.

The player's situation began during the management of

Hugo Moyano

, then the claim passed to the current leadership.

Both parties had arranged to pay the debt in installments

, but the club did not pay the first installment and the player

complained to FIFA

.

The CAS

forces

Rojo

to pay Silva

in the next 45 days

otherwise the club will be

inhibited in the next transfer market

.

Silva

arrived at Independiente in 2017

from

Granada

and was at the

Avellaneda club until 2020

.

He played

74 games

, scored

three goals and gave two assists

.

With Independiente he won the

Copa Sudamericana

and the

Suruga Bank

.

In addition to Silva, the club is in conflict with

Martín Cauteruccio.

The

King of Cups

demands

5 million dollars

from the forward for not having executed his termination clause and leaving as a free player.

Given this situation,

Caute

made

a counterclaim for 210 million pesos

since he argues that the club owes him October, November and December.

The leaders of

Independiente

allege that the amount of this debt was made through two checks that were sent to

Argentine Football Associations

.

The snowball that was formed with Independiente's debts is getting bigger and bigger.

The CAS ruled in favor of Silva

El

Rojo

has already canceled some debts

Independiente

canceled two debts with two former players, one is

Andrés Roa

and the other is

Cristian Chávez

.

The salary debt that the club had with those two players was

16 million pesos

.

In 2020 they bought Roa's pass

for 450 thousand dollars

, but he left free in 2022 when the management and the player

did not agree to renew

.

If Independiente does not pay, it will be inhibited from the next transfer market.

Photo: Maxi Failla

They bought

Chávez in 2019

for $2 million

, but the player

only played 10 games

.

In 2023 he arrived at

San Miguel

as a free agent and retired, now he returned to

Aldosivi

where he will be

the Sports Coordinator

of the team.

Despite the help of

the club's members and fans and

Santiago Maratea

's collection ,

Independiente

's financial situation

begins to get complicated.

Source: clarin

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