Tennis star Rafael Nadal’s family leave the board of directors at Real Mallorca


According to reports in Spain Real Mallorca have suffered a further blow with the announcement that the family of tennis star Rafael Nadal have informed the club’s administrators they no longer wish to be part of the board of directors.

The Nadal family, which owns 10% of the club’s shares and are represented on the board of directors by Fernando Martos, who has tendered his resignation, are unhappy at the way in which Michael Laudrup left Los Bermellones last week and did not attend an extraordinary general meeting on Monday to discuss the current situation.

Laudrup had been involved in a long and serious disagreement with club owner and majority shareholder Lorenzo Serra Ferrer over transfer policy during the summer, which resulted in the Dane and the club coming to a mutual decision to rescind his contract.

In the 2-2 draw with Osasuna at the weekend the team was led by former Barcelona and Mallorca player Miguel

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