Neymar left Barcelona this summer for PSG, but his departure did not come in the best terms.
PSG decided to pay the €222m release clause in the Brazilian’s contract and Barcelona were left powerless. The Catalans delayed as much as possible the sending of the relevant documents to France and therefore PSG were not able to register Neymar in time for their first match in Ligue 1.
Furthermore, Barcelona accused PSG of breaching the FFP regulations. However, Neymar hit back and has his own personal war going on with the Catalans. The Brazilian reported Barcelona to UEFA and asked for nothing less than the exclusion of the Catalans from Champions League, according to AS.
The 25-year-old formulated a complaint against his former team, after Barcelona refused to pay the player’s father the €26m loyalty bonus for the extension on his contract until 2021. Neymar’s decision came after multiple consultations with his legal team, but UEFA decided to dismiss the case, deeming the Brazilian’s claims not founded.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Neymar and his father decided to give up their status as socios of the Catalan club, after the decision that came from UEFA.