The feud between Super Eagles striker, Junior Ajayi and his employers, Al-Ahly has gotten worse and if the report coming from the North African country is to be considered, Ajayi might just report the club to FIFA.

The Nigeria international joined the African champions in 2016 from the Tunisia Ligue one side, CS Sfaxien.

Since he made the switch to Egypt, Ajayi has been outstanding for the club with his amazing performance both in the league and cup games and the CAF Champions League.

But things began to change for him last season when he was ravaged by injury for months, and with the arrival of South African coach, Pitso Mosimane and the signing of Bafana Bafana forward, Percy Tau among other players further hampered his playing time.

وطلب Ajay From Al-Ahly officials to obtain his full dues, estimated at about 900,000 dollars, and to dispense with his services permanently, in light of the technical staff not needing the player’s services in the new season, which was rejected by the Al-Ahly administration, which offered the Nigerian to get only half of his dues, or to leave to any other club by red; To take advantage of it financially.


Ajayi and his children at the touch stadium on the island

Full details of the reasons for the dispute between Al-Ahly and Ajayi

A source within Al-Ahly club confirmed that the dispute between the player and the club in recent days was due to 216,000 dollars, explaining in exclusive statements to “Al-Watan Sport”, that Al-Ahmar informed Ajay that he would receive his full financial dues next season, if he was placed on the waiting list, with Not giving him the last payment, which is 25% of the value of his contract with the club; Due to his non-participation, which the Nigerian refused permanently, and the Red Castle officials threatened to resort to the International Football Association “FIFA”, in order to collect his full financial dues.

Junior Ajayi, Al-Ahly striker

The truth of Ajayi’s complaint against Al-Ahly with FIFA

The source pointed out that Ajayi has not yet submitted any complaints against Al-Ahly club to FIFA, as reported by some reports, due to the player receiving his financial dues with the club until now, after the contract provider paid him, which is estimated at 25% of the value of the contract. His annual salary for the new season.

The source stressed that the player threatened to resort to FIFA if he did not receive the last payment for the participation rate.