Former AC Milan Marco Fassone sues club
18 December 2018 13:12 GMT
Former AC Milan Marco Fassone has taken the Rossoneri to court against his firing of last August following the takeover by Elliott group under the presidency of Paolo Scaroni for unfair dismissal.
According to reports in Corriere Dello Sport, Fassone, through his lawyer, complains about the ” retaliation “of the dismissal against him, explaining that on July 21st the company made him an offer of 2.5 million euros to leave and when he rejected the proposal, he was fired. Hence the request to the judge to declare the “nullity” of the dismissal which, if accepted, would result in the reinstatement as a manager in the company.
Milan had put forward what defined a ” serious indifference and negligence with respect to the fundamental interests of our Company and the resources used in it ” by Fassone, also referring to some
” letters of disciplinary dispute”. , the company spoke of “violations of duties” in relation to the “relationship of work with our Company, so serious as to make it impossible to continue even the provisional continuation of the relationship, having determined inelegantly and radically, the disappearance of the fiduciary element. “And the club itself also reserved itself”to take any appropriate action to protect us “.