There have been many rumors lately about accusations made by the management of the Barcelona club of paying a financial bribe to a company owned by Enriques Negrera, the former deputy chairman of the refereeing committee of the Spanish Football Federation.
The journalist of the Spanish newspaper AS Thomas Rosnero revealed the facts of the Negrera case, in which the Barcelona administration is accused of giving a bribe of 1.7 million euros to the former deputy chairman of the refereeing committee.
And according to what was revealed by the Spanish newspaper Marca, the amounts of money that Barça indirectly paid Negrera; This is completely against the laws and regulations of the local football association.
And the Sevilla club issued an official statement against Barcelona, and Espanyol also issued a strong statement today, Monday, protesting the information that appeared in the Negrera case regarding the Barcelona team.
Just like in Seville… Espanyol made a sharp statement against the Spanish Federation because of the scandal in Barcelona!
The content of Espanyol’s statement was as follows: “The Espanyol Club is concerned about the information published in various media regarding the Negrera case, although it is still under investigation, the potential consequences of what has been published for our competition, Clubs, its constituents and organs affected are so serious that we demand exceptional action.” When it comes to finding out what really happened and, if necessary, correcting the respective responsibilities at the national and international levels.