Jonas Gutierrez's agent has slammed Real Mallorca after the club kept quiet about a bid from Portsmouth.
Gutierrez's agent and mother Monica Montore has claimed that Mallorca received an offer from Portsmouth on 16th January but failed to alert the player until 29th January.
Marca claims Mallorca accepted an €8milion (£6million) offer, which could rise to €10million (£7.4million), but were keen to identify a replacement before informing the player and his agent of the offer.
"This is deplorable because it shows a lack of organisation and respect," Montore told Onda Cero radio station.
"They have had the offer since 16th January and they only communicated it to us today (Tuesday).
"Now we just want to ensure that nobody is left feeling hurt after this is all resolved."
Montore went on to criticise sporting director Nando Pons over his handling of a request for a €4,000-a-month (£3,000) pay rise.
"We wanted that to be sorted for the good of my son and Mallorca," she continued.
"For a year-and-a-half I have asked for the €4,000 monthly increase and the president said he thought I was going to ask for more and that he would speak to Pons.
"I waited two months only to be told that he did not deserve it.
"When we first talked about wages, I was told that Jonas would not be given more because he had cost the club a lot of money to sign.
"I just want to make this public so that people do not think that we have been asking for something extraordinary."