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Ex-Manchester United star takes legal action against Leeds United

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Former Manchester United winger Cameron Stewart has taken legal action against Leeds United over £800,000 of unpaid wages, according to the Daily Star.

Stewart claims Leeds United owe him unpaid wages

Stewart claims Leeds United owe him unpaid wages

The 24-year-old midfielder was on loan at the Yorkshire club for three months in 2014, where he went on to make 11 appearances for the club.

Stewart agreed a deal to sign for Leeds on a permanent deal after his loan spell was up, and an agreement was made – but issues occurred and Leeds subsequently lodged the contract with the Football League.

Stewart, who is currently at Ipswich Town, has claimed that the Elland Road outfit owe him £800,000 in unpaid wages.

An FA arbitration hearing will take place tomorrow where Stewart and his legal team will fight to win back the money they are apparently owed.

The Manchester-born midfielder has had experience of plying his trade with a plethora of different clubs, including Manchester United, Yeovil Town, Hull City, Burnley, Blackburn Rovers, Charlton Athletic, Leeds United, Ipswich Town and Barnsley.

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