Ghirardi recently admitted that he sold the club to the wrong man in Rezart Taci, and issued an apology to the supporters of Parma.
Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, Ghirardi had said that he made a mistake and went on to say that the reports of the staff being unpaid since July are not entirely true.
“That hole of €200m is a lie, as well as that of some employees not seeing money for one year. I paid the July salaries.”
The rest of Ghirardi’s interview can be read here.
Biabiany was less than pleased with the remarks, and had hit back at the former president.
“It is absurd to hear certain interviews while Parma continues to sink,” the player tweeted.
“Those who dare to scheme will always be the same.”
Biabiany has been out of action for the Cruciati this season after discovering a serious heart issue in the summer.