Napoli midfielder Allan has reportedly been ordered to pay 50 per cent of his monthly salary back to the club as punishment for the training camp mutiny has begun.
After their draw with RB Salzburg earlier this month, Carlo Ancelotti’s men refused to go on the training retreat organised by Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis which has led to a civil war inside the club.
Allan has been hit with a €200,000 fine, the most of any Napoli players, even if Article 11 of a collective agreement between players states that a fine “cannot exceed 25 percent of the gross monthly salary”.
The sanctions – as per Corriere dello Sport – are proportionate to the severity of each individual breach of conduct, so Allan will have to pay €200,000 after he squared up with De Laurentiis’ son and Vice-President Edo.
Napoli has fined all 24 players in its first-team squad, with the amount of the fine being dependent on the severity of the issue in Napoli’s eyes. Fines range from breach €225K for Koulibaly to €22K for Gaetano, and tltal for €2,5m. The sanction list has been sent to the squad and now the players are preparing their defences.
The only player who would have avoided a fine is Kevin Malcuit due to his season-ending ACL injury.
Napoli extended their winless run to six matches on Saturday after they drew 1-1 with Milan.