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Valencia deny allegations of leaked audio

Mon 16 May 2022 | 17:45

Based on reports from the Liga outfit, there has been some bombshell news falsified.

Valencia

have denied claims in a leaked audio recording that

Anil Murthy

said he would “kill”

Carlos Soler

should the latter depart the club. Moreover, they want to take legal actions against the publication that published the claims.

The Mestella outfit, who end their season with a clash against Celta Vigo, suffered allegations on Sunday regarding one of their most talented players, from the Superdeporte publication.

The club denied the allegations and insisted that the audio recording was edited to show a false impression.

"The recordings published in Superdeporte are edited and adulterated to convey a false or biased narrative, within the context of a general conversation, and to try to generate controversy," 

read an offical club statement, adding that the claims were part of a "smear campaign".

"Superdeporte have committed a serious lack of professional ethics and an attack on privacy by publishing audio recordings taken out of context, from a private conversation and recorded illegitimately without the permission of the president of Valencia, Anil Murthy.

"This matter is in the hands of the Valencia legal department, which is already studying the measures to be taken against Superdeporte."

In that audio recording, a figure known as Murthy said that he would tell Soler tha

t “if you leave for free in January, I'll kill you.

"I'll kill you and all the press. I'll put down €100,000 to kill. Because you have to bring in money, you grew up in the academy, and the club has invested a lot of money in you."

Soler, who is the club’s youth system product, has been linked with a move this season courtesy of his impressive displays notwithstanding Valencia struggling in the middle of the table.


source: SportMob

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