Real Valladolid have apparently filed a legal complaint against former Coach Miroslav Djukic and his assistants for breach of contract.
The club saw their tactician resign at the end of last season, before agreeing a deal to replace Ernesto Valverde at Mestalla.
Valladolid are believed to have launched a complaint at court this week in relation to their belief that Djukic has breached terms of his contract with them, which had another year to run.
Saying that the 47-year-old had to pay €350,000 to buy out the final year of his deal, Valladolid are reportedly now claiming compensation from the Coach and his assistants.
The Serbian reportedly has taken the stance that he has done everything stipulated in his contract so that he does not have to pay compensation.
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