Dutch club to use Chelsea loanee wages to pay his mates.
CHELSEA loanee Ike Ugbo has not been paid by his Dutch club Roda JC thanks to their shambolic Mexican investor.
The Englishman, 21, has scored four goals on loan in the second tier of the Dutch pyramid.
But the former Eredivisie club want to use his wages to spread across the rest of the squad, instead of their star loanee.
Chelsea are considering recalling their player early.
Ugbo reportedly on £38,000 monthly, about ten times what his team-mates take home and according to reports, the coaches would rather have one angry unpaid player than several.
Fingers are being pointed at investor Mauricio Garcia de la Vega, who the club are desperate to get rid of after he attempted to take over the club last summer.
The ill feeling among fans at Parkstad Limburg Stadion is so bad that the local mayor and police advised De la Vega not to turn up at the ground for their home match against De Graafschap on Friday.
He did — but it would prove to be a mistake.
Some banners read ‘Faker’, ‘Liar’ and ‘F*** off Mauricio’ in protest at the Guadalajara banker.
After being asked to meet with angry supporters, he then declined and was literally pushed out of the stadium by furious fans.
No security guards intervened to protect him.
De la Vega has a record for bad deals in the past — including a failed takeover of Spanish club Real Murcia, where he did not have proof of funds.