Barcelona Suffer Legal Setback as Court Invalidates Jaffe’s Contract Registration

FC Barcelona, ​​the leaders of the Spanish Football League, today, Monday, received a painful blow from the commercial number 12 in Barcelona regarding the signing of the new contract of team star Xavi.

FC Barcelona registered the contract of its 18-year-old young player Jaffe last winter with a precautionary decision from the Commercial Court after the La Liga association refused to register him.

And La Liga sued to register Jaffe’s contract because Barcelona had exceeded the maximum limit of the Financial Fair Play Law and could not register new players.

And the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo said that today, on Monday, the court ruled that Barcelona did not have the right to register a new contract for their rising star, and recognized the validity of La Liga’s position.

And on the basis of a court decision, it was decided to cancel the preventive decision to include Jaffe in the main team of Barcelona, ​​\u200b\u200band he will return as one of the players in the youth team.

And Barcelona will be forced to re-register Jaffe to the youth team this season.

Xavi will return to the previous number 30 instead of 6 in the blue garnet until a final decision is made and the decision is made, which the Spanish league confirmed to the Mundo Deportivo newspaper.

Jaffe will be available for free on June 30 next year if Barcelona fail to register his new contract with the La Liga association.

This all comes days after Barcelona were accused of bribing referees and paying former vice chairman of the refereeing committee, José María Henriques Negrera, $1.4 million between 2016 and 2018.

Source: media

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