The Paris Saint-Germain striker could break his contract without even requiring the club’s agreement if he wanted to leave Paris this winter.
Since there definitely never goes a week without PSG making the headlines, the capital club is once again in the center of attention as Mediapart reveals that Paris Saint-Germain have hired a digital army. to attack Kylian Mbappé on the networks.
An initiative that could cost the capital club very dearly, which could see the French star leave the club by breaking his contract himself, as explained by Tatiana Vassine, a lawyer specializing in sports law, for RMC Sports.
“Each of the parties bound by an employment contract is subject to an obligation of loyalty which is the equivalent of the obligation of good faith existing in all lawyer contracts specializing in sports law. This obligation requires that the employee, as the employer, perform their obligations to each other fairly, and obviously without harm to the other.”
Before continuing:Professional players are bound to their club by a fixed-term employment contract. This type of contract can only be terminated in specific cases such as serious misconduct. For example, it has been used in cases of physical or verbal violence or abuse of freedom of expression. If it were proven and attributable to the employer, therefore the club, it would in my opinion be serious enough to justify a breach of contract.
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