The ‘Negreira case’, scandal for which Barcelona paid the former vice president of the CTA, José María Enríquez Negreira, for many years it continues to talk. Now for the possible sanction that UEFA imposes on the club chaired by Joan Laporta that could leave him out of European competitions.
According to the ‘Onze’ program on ‘Tv3’the Barcelona club has made a study to find out if he could play a competition far from Europe in case the sanction is finally confirmed.
One option, always according to this Catalan television program, would be play friendlies and another try to play a competition as a guest club, something that could give Barça a good amount of money. From Barcelona they would have put the focus on the Asian leagues.
It is not the only option considered by the culé entity, since this information also indicates that the possibility of playing in another European league in case of sanction in Spain has been studied. In any case, it would be the partners who, through a consultation, would vote on the possibilities.
Laporta meeting with Ceferin
Joan Laporta, president of the Barca team, met a few days ago with Aleksander Ceferin, UEFA’s top mandator, to give him explanations for the scandal of the ‘Negreira case’ that places Barça in the spotlight for have paid the former vice president of the CTA (when he held the position) to, as suspected, influence the collegiate.