Midfielder Ignacio Camacho has confirmed that Malaga players have now been paid some of the money they were owed.
The former Atletico Madrid man told a Press conference that the board has paid a third of the money Manuel Pellegrini’s squad are due in outstanding wages, as agreed one month ago at the club’s pre-season training camp in Campoamor.
“We have been paid what we were promised and that has made things more relaxed,” declared Camacho.
“The club have done what they said they would. Things are getting back to normal and it is an incentive that will give the team strength.”
The Spanish Under-21 international also spoke of his future and a possible midfield role alongside Jeremy Toulalan, insisting he has no thoughts of quitting the Andalusians.
“I am committed to this club and I think it is better for me to continue here.
“Although it is the Coach who decides, there is a possibility that Toulalan and I could play together in central midfield.”
Camacho has been at La Rosaleda since a €1.5m switch from Atleti in January 2011, with teammate Sergio Asenjo also making the move.