Knight Frank to take LFC striker to court

Michael Hunt

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.

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