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Claiming more than 20,000 euros for the damage to the house where he was living at the barca player when I lived in Germany, until the summer of 2017 The form

The home Dembélé in Dortmund the demand by the poor state in which he left the house

Claiming more than 20,000 euros for the damage to the house where he was living at the barca player when I lived in Germany, until the summer of 2017 The form

The home Dembélé in Dortmund the demand by the poor state in which he left the house

Claiming more than 20,000 euros for the damage to the house where he was living at the barca player when I lived in Germany, until the summer of 2017

The former home of Ousmane Dembélé has sued the Barcelona striker for 20.725,76 euros plus interests to the course, a poor state in which the player left the house he had rented in Dortmund when it still played in that team of the Bundesliga, published this Thursday, the 'Bild'.

In the written complaint submitted to the Court of First Instance of Dortmund and who has had access to the newspaper, the former landlord claims that the player, 21 years of age, caused "considerable damage" in the single-family dwelling and speaks of the "deplorable conditions on the property leased".

"everywhere there was rubbish and debris. in the fridge had rotten food, between the cabinets, numerous plastic bags, old, on the floor, spots dried up. Behind the entrance door there was a stack of unpaid bills. Apparently I'm not the only one deceived," said the "Bild" the owner, Gerd Weissenberg, of 71 years.

The lease was not terminated in the time allowed, or the delivery of the housing was carried out in an official way, adds the newspaper, which shows several photos of the state in which the footballer allegedly left the house when he left Dortmund to sign for Barcelona in the summer of 2017.

The player is not handed the keys to the house, so the landlord was forced to change all the locks and sued the footballer for three monthly rents. In addition, claims heating costs is not paid. Together, these outstanding bills amounting to something over 15,000 euros. An added problem, adds the publication, is that the court has no address Dembélé in Barcelona which make the player demand.

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Publish Date : 18 Kasım 2018 Pazar 20:00

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