Barcelona Plans to Take Legal Action Against Libero for Failure to Pay €40m as Agreed in Barca Visions Deal

Barcelona’s Legal Battle with Libero: Club Seeks €40m Over Failed Agreement

Barcelona have had to deal with their fair share of legal cases over the course of 2023, and they will soon be taking part in another against a company that they had intended to enter into business with. Earlier this season, Barcelona reached an agreement with Libero for 10% of Barca Visions. This was used as a “lever”, meaning that the club could use the money towards balancing its books, which would also allow for funds to be used on improving the first team. However, no money was ever received, and the deadline for payment having now passed, Barcelona have taken the decision to use Libero over the non-payment of €40m, as reported by EFE (via El Partidazo de Cope).

Legal Proceedings and Hope for Quick Resolution

Barcelona will hope to be able to claim the money owed during these legal proceedings, and quickly too, as it is seen as being essential towards the signing of a new midfielder in January, something that is needed as a result of Gavi’s season-ending injury.

jamal hejaze

Hello, I'm Jamal Alhejazi, a dedicated sports writer with a passion for delivering compelling sports news. With a deep understanding of various sports disciplines, I bring a unique perspective and insightful analysis to my writing.
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