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Are Neymar's lawyers in Barcelona?

Pin Yet another chapter to Neymar's possible departure. EFE
Yet another chapter to Neymar's possible departure. EFE

Are Neymar's lawyers in Barcelona?

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Josep Maria Bartomeu is prepared to do everything to get Neymar back. GOL's camera crew has caught the Brazilian star's lawyers entering the Camp Nou facilities.

There is just a few days to go before the beginning of La Liga, but an even bigger football occurence could happen in the coming days. Neymar's comeback to Barcelona is closer than ever. 

Rumours soared this past weekend during the run-up to the PSG match against Nimes, when the French club's sports director said that negotiations are more advanced than before.

Now the question is whether the operation will go to Real Madrid or their sworn rivals Real Madrid, although it now seems that the Catalans have won the bid, as Spanish news agency GOL have captured Neymar's lawyers entering the Camp Nou offices this Monday morning. 

It would not be crazy to think that the Brazilian's legal representatives are studying all the details of the transfer so that they encounter no issues as soon as an agreement is reached with Paris Saint-Germain.

Precisely, one of the people who has been seen in Barça territory is Juan de Dios Crespo, the person who was responsible for paying the 222 million euros of Neymar's clause to go to Paris.

However, as reported by other media sources such as 'COPE' or 'Esport 3', the presence of these lawyers has nothing to do with the situation that Neymar is living with PSG and his intention to leave as soon as possible. 

Apparently, these personalities would have been in the Camp Nou for a different situation, because Juan de Dios Crespo is an eminence in sports law and could be at the Barcelona offices for other reasons. In addition, 'COPE' reports that he will be at the Camp Nou on Tuesday to.

Regardless, Spanish media sources are keeping an eye on the lawyers' movement. 



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