'He has problems at every club he plays at' - Former Hercules boss hits out at Real Madrid-owned Royston Drenthe

Spanish coach Esteban Vigo has criticised the winger's decision to skip training due to overdue wages, and stated the Dutchman is a troublemaker

Former Hercules coach Esteban Vigo has lambasted Real Madrid's Royston Drenthe for his lack of commitment while playing at the club.

The Dutchman spent the last season on loan at the recently relegated club, after failing to hold down a regular place at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Towards the end of December, Drenthe refused to train with the squad following a payment dispute with Hercules, and Vigo has come out to criticise the winger's attitude.

"There are people like David Trezeguet and Nelson Valdez who played well, and then there is Drenthe. Everybody knows what happened with him. He has had problems at every club where he has been," the Spaniard told Goal.com.

"What Drenthe did showed an enormous lack of respect and professionalism. He had no respect for his team-mates and the fans. I left Hercules without demanding anything and no-one said anything.

"I am still owed a full year’s wages and the corresponding part of the last year I was there."

The Netherlands international did not join Real Madrid's pre-season training camp in Los Angeles and has been strongly tipped to join Benfica in the summer.

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