Genoa ordered to pay €800,000

Genoa are ordered to pay €800,000 to Zaglebie Lubin due to outstanding debt for the purchase of midfielder Filip Jagiello, or risk transfer ban.

Gianluca Di Marzio reports that President Enrico Preziosi must pay the amount, ordered by FIFA, within 45 days or the club risks to be blocked from trading in the upcoming transfer market.

The ruling from FIFA comes after a contractual dispute when signing Jagiello from the Polish club.

Genoa are ordered to pay €800,000 to Zaglebie Lubin due to outstanding debt for the purchase of midfielder Filip Jagiello, or risk transfer ban.

Gianluca Di Marzio reports that President Enrico Preziosi must pay the amount, ordered by FIFA, within 45 days or the club risks to be blocked from trading in the upcoming transfer market.

The ruling from FIFA comes after a contractual dispute when signing Jagiello from the Polish club.

Jagiello was signed for €2m in January 2019 and immediately loaned back to the Ekstraklasa side to complete last season with his former club.

This term, the 22-year-old has appeared six times in Serie A for the Grifone and Calciomercato.com writes that Preziosi has accepted to pay the amount within the set deadline.