Spanish prosecutors file charges against Neymar

The Spanish Public Ministry has dropped all charges of fraud and corruption against the player Brazilian Neymar. The decision announced this Friday, 28, was received with “surprise” by the Spanish media. He was accused of fraud and corruption in the transfer from Santos to Barcelona in 2013.

The Prosecutor’s Office had initially asked for two years in prison and a €10 million fine against the Brazilian star. “There is not the slightest hint of a crime,” prosecutor Luis Garcia Canton said after all the defendants testified at the Barcelona trial, asking the judge to “acquit them all.”

In addition to Neymar, Spanish prosecutors also dropped the charges against former Barcelona president Sandro Rossel and Josep Maria Bartomeu. According to the Spanish newspaper sportthe player’s father and Santos representatives also had the complaints filed.

the case

In the action, Neymar, Rossel and other leaders were accused of corruption. The case originated from a complaint filed by the Brazilian company DIS, the fund that held Neymar’s economic rights at the time of the transfer, in 2013. DIS claimed that the contract was defrauded, so that the company would receive less for the transfer.

Officially, Barcelona reported that the contract value of Neymar’s transfer was €57.1 million (about R$310 million). After the DIS complaint, however, the Spanish Justice began to investigate the case and suspect that the real value of the contract was €83.3 million (more than R$450 million) and that the amount had been diluted in parallel contracts. , to mask the real value of the transaction. The defense of the accused has always denied it.

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