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A TRASPASO IMPROCEDENTE

CONFIRMED: The Barça, to trial against the Saints by Gabigol

Published:9/09/2016 - 00:23h

Updated:9/09/2016 - 00:23h

The responsible director of professional sports of the FC Barcelona, Albert Soler, confirmed that the Barcelona club will undertake legal actions against the Saint FC by the sale of "Gabigol" to the Inter of Milan of illegal way

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The manager of professional sports of the FC Barcelona, Albert Soler, confirmed this Thursday during the press conference of presentation of Paco Alcácer that the Barça, after the traspaso improcedente of "Gabigol" to the Inter of Milan in the last day of the market of signings, will undertake legal actions to try that the justice put the things in his place.

It fits to remember that the Barça had a right of score by "Gabigol" that could do effective when it sent him an offer of another club, but when seeming the Saints did not warn to the over time necessary Barcelona -at least three days of antelación- so that the Barça could equalise the offer of the Inter of Milan, before the closing of the past market.

The leak of the date of an email has showed recently that it did not notify to the FC Barcelona the offer "nerazzurri" over time stipulated in the agreement of "Gabigol", what, logically, will involve consequences by part of the Catalan entity, that will not remain crossed of arms and will defend his interests.

"The club is in juridical process. Had an option of score that did not fulfil by part of the Saints. We are studying all the juridical possibilities to follow the case, but this is a juridical and no sportive management", explained Albert Soler in front of the media. The situation will clear in the next days, and the FIFA could be the attendant to give the final verdict.

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