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Madrid Newspaper Obtains Documents Showing Additional €38M In Neymar Signing
Published January 21, 2014
SANTOS CONSIDERING LAWSUIT: In Madrid, David Sanchidrián wrote ESPN Brasil "added that Santos and footballer investment group DIS Esporte could sue Neymar for receiving millions in commission." Now Santos and DIS, which "have clashed for months, could come together against Neymar and Rosell." Santos is "likely to decide in its next council meeting whether to take legal action" to fight for the €38M supposedly related to the Neymar signing. Santos President Odilio Rodrigues said that "he will investigate whether Barcelona paid commission to Neymar's family outside of the Barcelona-Santos agreement" (AS, 1/20).