In the next saga of the John Terry and Wayne Bridge love triangle it has emerged that Bridge, Man City’s 29 old star, who quit the England team last month after finding out that Miss Perroncel had an affair with his team-mate John Terry, has only offered the small sum of £3,000 a month to look after his son Jaydon, despite earning over £88,000 a week.
Behind closed doors, Wayne Bridge met up with Miss Perroncel who is believed to have demanded £20,000 and a new house in London for herself and Bridges child.
Friends of Bridge have stated that he was willing to pay up to £10,000 per month and give Miss Perroncel their home in Surrey, where they both lived together until their split last year.
According to the Telegraph “The Manchester City defender is also thought to have asked the court to take into account a rumoured payment of £800,000 in “hush money” said to have been paid by Terry to Miss Perroncel, though the former lingerie model insists no such payment was made”.
Perroncels spokesman, Max Clifford, said: “There’s been no money received at all. Checks have been done and her lawyers provided the information to the courts.
“She hasn’t done any interviews or a kiss-and-tell despite receiving numerous offers. She is a private person and has been upset at the things that have come out. He (Bridge) is obviously a very high earner and all she wants is for him to be responsible and make sure the little boy is taken care of.”
Bridge has had little or no involvement with his son since the John Terry and Miss Perroncel affair was published in the papers in February.
Even though Terry has had his captaincy stripped off him by Capello, the move has not calmed Bridge at all, who announced his decision to withdraw from the England team and forfeit a virtually guaranteed place in the squad for this summer’s World Cup in South Africa.
Wayne Bridge was quoted saying that his decision to exit the World Cup team was because he felt it was “untenable and potentially divisive” and later refused to shake hands with Terry when the players faced each other in a Premier League game.