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An arrest warrant has been issued in Dubai for the Portsmouth chairman and former owner Sulaiman Al Fahim, according to reports.
The warrant relates to a disputed property deal with Al Fahim allegedly owing a sum of £1.4m.
The 32-year-old - who retains a 10% share in Portsmouth - claims he is not liable for the debt.
"I have done nothing wrong, I am not involved," he was quoted as telling a United Arab Emirates newspaper.
Al Fahim completed a buy-out of Portsmouth in August last year, taking over from previous owner Alexandre Gaydamak, but sold to Saudi business tycoon Ali Al Faraj six weeks later on 6 October.
In an unrelated matter, cash-strapped Portsmouth will deliver a detailed statement of their finances to the High Court on Wednesday as they try to ensure their survival.
Portsmouth - who have reported debts of £60m - survived a winding-up order last week on the condition that they provided a detailed statement of their finances.