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C and H Exclusive: Paqueta may bring legal charges against FA…five clubs interested…buy out details revealed

 

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C and H Exclusive: Paqueta may bring legal charges against FA…five clubs interested…buy out details revealed

Lucas Paqueta may be forced into legal action against the FA should they have not come to a verdict on irregular betting accusations by April.

The FA has now been looking into the situation since last August and Claret and Hugh has learned  the game’s ruling body found nothing on the telephone he surrendered to them in the form of betting messages.

Now Paquet may be ready to put the issue in the hands of the very wealthy firm which handles him and any number of top Brazilian players which employs  numerous solicitors, barristers and represents  top artists such as Alicia Keys.

It is within the same group as Live Nation Entertainment – worth billions – and formed in 2010 as an American multinational company following the merger of the company with Ticketmaster.  The company employs nearly 13,000

C and H Exclusive: Paqueta may bring legal charges against FA…five clubs interested…buy out details revealed

Paqueta having made it clear he is not guilty of any bettering irregularities knows the longer  this drags on the less chance he has a move to Manchester City .

We have also learned – again exclusively – that Arsenal, Spurs, Aston Villa and Man United  have all made it clear bids will go in once he is free of the charges.

The player had an £80 million buy out clause inserted into his West Ham contract and will be on his way once either the FA declares its verdict or any legal action he may choose to bring himself is concluded.

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About Hugh5outhon1895

Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

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