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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Barcelona drag Neymar to court

The last unquestionably has not been heard as far as the world record move of Neymar to Barcelona is concerned.

Barcelona on Tuesday uncovered that they are suing their previous player Neymar for 8.5 million euros (about N3.8 billion) over his reality record move to Paris St-Germain.

The Brazil universal made the 222 million euro (£200 million) move to the French club in August in the wake of purchasing out his agreement.

Barcelona now need the Brazilian super star to restore a reestablishment reward he was paid when he marked another five-year bargain only nine months previously compelling through the move.

"The club requests the player restore the officially paid total as he has not finished his agreement," the club said in an announcement.

"And in addition the 8.5 million euro reward, the club needs "an extra 10 for every penny as a result of postponed installment".

The announcement proceeded with: "The club likewise asks for Paris St-Germain assume on liability for the installment of these charges if the player can't do as such himself."

The claim was submitted on August 11 to the Labor Tribunal in Barcelona.

Following the exchange, Barcelona declared the club was withholding a further 26 million euro (£23 million) faithfulness reward from the player.

On Sunday, Neymar propelled a scorching assault at Barcelona club chiefs; proposing they were square pegs in round openings.

"I burned through four delightful years there and separated cheerful," said the 25-year-old. "Be that as it may, with [the board], no.

"For me, they are not the general population who ought to be there, for the course of Barca. Barca merit much better."