As Vorm he left for Spurs as part of a part exchange deal Utrecht received no cash, which they felt was unfair considering a previous agreement of a 30% sell-on clause.
If they win the case Tottenham and Swansea will need to come to an agreement over a valuation for Vorm and Gylfi Sigurdsson – the Spurs player who went in the other direction along with what the Daily Mail said was £3.5 million.
But Monk is sure that the club would have done everything right in the proceedings. He is quoted by BT Sport as stating:
"From our side everything is fine and I'm sure the club has followed everything to the letter.
"But those issues will be left to the club and not the footballing side with myself.
"I'm not worried. We're a perfectly run club and the decision earlier in the season from FIFA showed it was all okay.
"I think that proves everything, and if they (Utrecht) want to pursue it that will be left to the chairman and the board and the administration side to deal with it.
"It's not really a focus for me, it's up to the club and the chairman to deal with."