Barcelona: El Mundo: Judge for Griezmann case asks for Barcelona to play behind closed doors or pay a 300 euro fine
Barcelona Admitted that the amount is irrelevant
Juantxo Landaberea was appointed as investigating judge by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF)‘s Competition Committee after Atletico Madrid made a complaint over Barcelona‘s alleged wrongdoings from Antoine Griezmann’s move to the Camp Nou, and he has reportedly reached a decision.
Landaberea has handed out a 300 euro fine to Barcelona, but he admits that the amount is irrelevant and has suggested a sanction that would see one game being played behind closed doors at the Camp Nou.
According to El Mundo, the judge has referred to articles 88 and 126 of the Spanish Football Federation‘s Disciplinary Code.
Atleti maintain that the Frenchman reached an agreement with the Blaugrana before the player’s buyout clause dropped from 200 million euros to 120 million euros in July.
Los Rojiblancos‘ CEO, Miguel Angel Gil Marin, also hinted at evidence that he has regarding the negotiations between the two parties.