Barcelona superstar Neymar two years sentenced for tax fraud

BARCELONA, Spain - Nov. 23, 2016 - PRLog -- Spanish state prosecutors have requested that Neymar be sentenced to two years in jail as a major aspect of the examination concerning the Brazilian's move from Santos to Barcelona in 2013. The charges are in connection to a misrepresentation argument against Neymar, his dad, Barcelona and previous Blaugrana president Sandro Rossell which asserts the genuine estimation of the forward's exchange to the Camp Nou was hidden. The prosecutors have asked that Barca be fined €10 million and Rosell gave a five-year sentence.

Per beIN, it needs five-year sentences for Neymar, Rosell and current Camp Nou president Josep Maria Bartomeu, and a €195 million (£166.6 million) fine for Barca. The core of the issue revolves around how much cash Barcelona paid to sign Neymar.

At first, Barca asserted they paid €57 million for him before specialists designated the expense was nearer to €83 million and Barcelona covered part of the arrangement, per BBC News. Accordingly, DIS feels it was denied of expanded installment given it was made up for its 40 percent of the player's brandishing rights in connection to the at first reported expense, as opposed to the changed one.

Both Barcelona and Neymar have denied any wrongdoing, per BBC News.


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