Floriana FC have settled their dues with former winger Edward Herrera and had their transfer prohibition lifted by the Malta Football Association.
Last week, the Premier League club were handed a transfer prohibition after they were found guilty of failing to pay the wages of former player Edward Herrera
Herrera had taken his former club in front of the MFA Complaints Board after he had not received the sum of €4,000 in wages.
The Greens were condemned to pay the sum of €4,000 to Herrera as well as the interests from December 1 until the day of the payment.
However, the Greens quickly moved to settle the issue as a spokesman for the club confirmed to the Times of Malta that they have settled their dues with Herrera.
The Malta FA took notice of Floriana’s actions and lifted their transfer prohibition.
This means that the Greens can now register new players in the coming weeks.
In fact, Floriana are expected to be very active during the transfer window as they are expected to sign a foreign midfielder and an overseas striker in the coming days.