Liverpool FC striker Dirk Kuyt has reportedly been accused of allegedly failing to compensate Knight Frank for works carried out at a former school he owns.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Knight Frank has launched a legal claim against the footballer to try and recover monies it claims it is owed for acting as contract administrator at a former school Kuyt bought and converted.
Knight Frank claims it is owed £50,600 after arranging for works to be carried out at the site on the outskirts of Liverpool in 2008.
A lawyer representing Kuyt is quoted by the Daily Telegraph as saying he "entirely disputes the Knight Frank's claim and will file a full defence in due course".
Kuyt is currently returning from Madrid in Spain with the rest of the Liverpool FC squad following a 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Europa Cup semi-final last night.
The footballer moved to Liverpool in 2006.
Knight Frank could not comment when contacted by Place.