The Manchester Metropolis and Algeria footballer Riyad Mahrez and his wife have been ordered to pay greater than £3,600 in unpaid wages to their youngsters’s former nanny.
The couple “made an unauthorised deduction” from the wages of Catalina Miraflores, an employment judge ruled.
They’ve additionally been ordered to pay an additional £150 in damages after they “failed to pay certain expenses”.
Ms Miraflores told The Sun: “I worked really, really hard for that money.”
City broke their transfer record to signal the £60m winger, now aged 28, on a five-year deal from Leicester in 2018.
He was a part of the squad that turned the primary English males’s staff to full a home treble this 12 months.
The Solar reported that Ms Miraflores was employed in 2018 by the footballer – who reportedly earns £200,000 per week – to take care of his two daughters.
In a written ruling, Decide John Sherratt stated: “The respondents have made an unauthorised deduction from the claimant’s wages and are ordered to pay the claimant the web sum of £3,612.
“The respondents, in breach of contract, have failed to pay sure bills to the claimant and are ordered to pay damages to the claimant within the sum of £150.”
A separate declare of unfair dismissal by Ms Miraflores was rejected by the tribunal on the grounds that she lacked two years’ qualifying service.