Las Palmas Looking for evidence to terminate Tana’s contract
The Canary Islands are enjoying scenes reminiscent of 1980s television and film, with Las Palmas having employed a detective to keep an eye on Tana.
Las Palmas have been trying to find a reason to rid themselves of the midfielder, who they opened disciplinary proceedings against back in February, and took the extreme measure of setting a spy the task of following his every move.
The news was initially reported by Cadena Cope and has since been confirmed by MARCA.
The club’s aim was for the spy to find the player engaging in inappropriate behaviour, which would then allow them to terminate his contract that runs until 2023.
Papers were then presented to the club by the detective, who followed the player for around a month, while Tana‘s lawyers have themselves come forward with allegations.
AFE – the Spanish footballers’ main union – have also requested that the club pay the salary that Tana is owed from last season.
Tana, for his part, has chosen to stay quiet and declined to comment on the situation, though his close circles believe that there is no evidence of any wrongdoing.