Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot has won a legal case with Paris Saint-Germain over non-payment of a €40,000 bonus.
Rabiot was dropped by PSG for the second half of last season over a contractual dispute and was later deprived of a ‘morality bonus’.
That came after he liked Patrice Evra’s Instagram video mocking the club following their Champions League exit to Manchester United in March.
However, L’Equipe reports the French League’s Joint Appeals Board sided with the 24-year-old on the matter.
Providing the Ligue 1 holders do not go down the employment-tribunal route, they must pay Rabiot the €40,000 he is owed.
The left-footer signed a four-year contract with Juve on July 1.