The Spain court has delayed the start of the case against Neymar Bonus Bonus


Barcelona have criticized Neymar for breaking the contract after the 27-year-old moved to Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of € 222 million ($ 249 million) in 2017, less than a year after signing a five-year deal signed for the Catalan side.

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Updated:March 18, 2019, 6:58 PM IST

The Spain court has delayed the start of the case against Neymar Bonus Bonus
Neymar photo frame. (AP Photo / Michel Euler)

A Spanish court will start a case against Barcelona to prosecute Neymar on his contract extension on September 27th last week this week, according to court staff.

Barcelona have criticized Neymar for breaking the contract after the 27-year-old moved to Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of € 222 million ($ 249 million) in 2017, less than a year after signing a five-year deal signed for the Catalan side.

The club have demanded € 8.5m in compensation and interest, and refused to pay € 26m for Neymar, who is part of his contract with the player.
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The 27-year-old Argentine has responded to a charge against Barcelona before offering a partial fee to FIFA. FIFA has been sued by a complaint last year.
A technical court in Barcelona has been scheduled to begin the case on Thursday but delayed the start of the hearing until September 27, a press statement from the Catalonia High Court said.

While the court has provided little details on the case, the Spanish press has issued a statement saying that Neymar, as well as Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, will face charges.

Last week, Spain's El Mundo newspaper reports that Spain tax will seek Neymar's success when Barcelona have extended his contract.

Neymar was a taxpayer of Spain in 2017 and the Spanish taxpayers are looking for a tax-free taxpayer that the Brazilian player pays for his money and his transfer to Paris Saint-Germain.

Neymar, NR Sports, responded by saying, in a statement issued by the Spanish tax authorities, they only applied documents and information relating to previous cases, and insisted that Neymar is not the subject of a new tax assessment in Spain.

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