Manchester City Faces Legal Battle over Unpaid Wages for Benjamin Mendy

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has filed a “multi-million-pound” claim against the football club at the Employment Tribunal for not paying his wages. The claim is for “unauthorised deductions from wages” after he was charged with rape and sexual assault in 2021, despite being found not guilty on all counts earlier this year.

The former City player, who now plays for Lorient in Ligue 1, had been owed wages until the end of his contract in June 2023. Mendy’s legal representative Nick De Marco KC has officially filed the claim, which states that Manchester City failed to pay Mendy any wages from September 2021 when he was charged with the offences until the end of his contract in June 2023.

Mendy was City’s most expensive defender when he was signed from Monaco in 2017 for £52m. During his time with City, he won three league titles and was part of the French squad that won the World Cup in 2018. However, Mendy last played for City in August 2021 and has since moved to play for Lorient. The football club has not responded to requests for comment on the claim.

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