The “Negreira affaire” has been turned over to UEFA. In a statement, the governing body of European football said it has begun an inquiry against FC Barcelona for “a suspected infraction of UEFA’s regulatory framework” in connection with the situation.
Nothing else is being discussed in Spain, and it now appears that this will also make news in Switzerland. The “Negreira affaire” is being looked into by UEFA.
The organization headed by Aleksander Ceferin announced in a statement that it has launched an inquiry “into a possible FC Barcelona violation of UEFA’s regulatory framework in regard to the so-called “Negreira affaire.”
The UEFA Ethics and Disciplinary Inspectors have been appointed to conduct an investigation “in accordance with Article 31(4) of the UEFA Disciplinary Regulations,” the organization added, noting that the inquiries will start on Wednesday.
UEFA is interested in finding out what is going on and whether any rules have been broken. The investigation into this matter, which is also under investigation by the Spanish court system, has already begun.
As the investigation goes forward, he promises to give additional details. Additional details will be revealed in due course, he promises.