Juve are unhappy with the work done at their ‘unproductive’ housekeeper jobs and are preparing a lawsuit against the organisation for negligence.
The club have asked the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) to investigate the way their home cleaner is employed, the Guardian understands.
Juventus are one of Italy’s big three Serie A teams and are favourites to win the Champions League this season.
The case will be heard by the court in Florence on February 27.
In an e-mail sent to the media on Monday, Juventus president Beppe Marotta said the club had been “unhappy” with the way they have been treated by the ‘Unprofessional’ home cleaner, who has been employed since June 2014.
“We want to sue the ‘unprofessionals’ who are responsible for our professional housekeeping,” Marotta wrote.
We are unhappy that we have been discriminated against. “
The ‘Unprofessional’ is not an individual, he is a public entity.
We are unhappy that we have been discriminated against.
The ‘UnProfessional’ must answer for his actions and it must be proven that the person who is responsible for this ‘Unproductive’ job has no professional qualifications.”
The ‘unpaid’ housecleaner is currently employed at the Juventus training ground in Turin.
“We are asking the court to look into this and we are ready to sue him.””
The court has no jurisdiction over the work of other professional cleaners.”
We are asking the court to look into this and we are ready to sue him.”
The court has no jurisdiction over the work of other professional cleaners.