Barca threatens legal action against three players over contract extensions in Bartomeu era

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Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona are ready to take legal action against their three players. After they believed has proceeded to extend the contract illegally

Barcelona find themselves in another situation of conflict. The latter pretended to be preparing for a legal battle with three players of their own. By the beginning of this week. It was reported that The merit army is considered Some players’ contract extensions. Which were made in 2020 under the management of the club’s previous chairman are illegal. Because there is evidence of ‘Criminal offenses’ in such agreements.

Barca threatens legal action against three players over contract extensions in Bartomeu era

Frankie de Jong is one of the players the UFABET club believes his contract with Barca is illegal and invalid. Because they want the midfielder to revert to the same contract he signed when he joined from Ajax and if the player refuses to do so. Barcelona also threatened to take legal action against all parties involved in the contract extension process. This means the Dutch star and his agent may be involved.

 For the contract that Barcelona want to cancel it. The wages in the last four seasons, 2022-2026, are up to 18 million euros per year. Which is a deal in the past few months down from the position of the club ‘s president Josep Bartomeu. And up to 4 players can benefit here. As for De Jong’s original contract, signed in 2019, De Jong’s salary was €14 million per year. This is approximately 4 million euros less than the last contract agreement. And does not include a deferred amortization of 16 million euros (4 million euros per year).

  Most recently, Mundo Deportivo reported that Barca not only threatened legal action against De Jong, but also plans to bring the other two players to court as they believe. Their contract extension is void. Two players who could face legal action along with De Jong are Clement Lenglet and Marc-Andre ter Stegen, both of whom have signed a long-term contract extension in 2020.

 However, the current administration continues to insist that there are illegal and criminal elements involved in the extension of the contract. Although the agreement has been confirmed and approved by the club’s lawyers, auditors and La Liga, they are therefore preparing to take the matter to court to revoke the contract extension. It remains to be seen how this situation unfolds in the coming weeks. due to things It can be complicated by the involvement of football associations such as the Spanish Football Association and FIFPro or the Federation Internationale des Associations de Footballeurs Professional.