Barcelona’s crisis deepens! Under-Fire President Josep Bartomeu now faces corruption charges

Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu and his board have been accused of corruption.

Barcelona’s crisis deepens! Under-Fire President Josep Bartomeu has been shocked by allegations of corruption by Catalan police as Lionel Messi is delaying a final decision on the future of his nine camps.

  • Barcelona’s board has been accused of corruption by the Catalan police force
  • President Josep Maria Bartomeu is accused of making personal financial gain
  • This includes FC Barcelona Social Media Consulting I3 Ventures Rental
  • Amid the lull in the transfer of Lionel Messi, the news brings chaos to Barcelona.

Lionel Messi is delaying a final decision on his future as a report from Spain’s Toulette put the Barcelona board on Thursday night, possibly in further turmoil. The world To suggest that they are subject to allegations of corruption.

The world The Catalan police force has reportedly filed a report with a judge investigating Barcelona’s appointment of social media consultancy I3 Ventures to oversee its presence online, which could result in “potential economic crime”.

According to, the charge The world, Did Barcelona pay more than 600 percent for the services of i3 Ventures who were hired to monitor Barcelona’s social media?

Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu and his board have been accused of corruption.

Lionel Messi delayed a decision on his future after the allegations surfaced on Thursday

The investigating judge will have to decide whether to act on the report and may ask the Barcelona directors to testify.

Controversy erupted in February over links between Barcelona’s I3 Ventures Server string Reported that the company set up to monitor social media is linked to a series of social media accounts that run negative stories about club figures who were potentially opposed to President Josep Bartholomew.

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Barcelona soon canceled their deal with I3 Ventures.

Bartomeu and Messi have been at loggerheads since the captain announced his intention to leave.

Bartomeu and Messi have been at loggerheads since the captain announced his intention to leave.

In July, Barcelona released the results of an investigation by audit firm PWC, which said it did not commission I3 Ventures to campaign against key figures in the club.

The audit also suggested that they did not pay the market price for the services, however The world The police report argued that an audit conducted by an interested party could not be “decisive”.

According to Argentine reports, a new twist in the drama in Barcelona came on Wednesday evening when the club’s captain Messi was on the verge of losing his fight, leaving the club for Manchester City, according to reports in Argentina.

Messi felt like he was about to leave the club yet the latest chaos this week

Messi felt like he was about to leave the club yet the latest chaos this week

In a 90-minute meeting with nine-camp president Josep Bartomeu on Wednesday night, Barcelona asked Messi’s father and agent Jorge to help him reconsider trying to force his son out of the club.

Neither side seemed ready to back down, the blockade seemed ready to continue – but the message has been given to the Barcelona captain and it is understood he will consider his options.

Several Argentine media outlets, which had previously reported that Messi had sent a letter to Barcelona requesting a free transfer, had even suggested that he was now ’90 per cent likely to stay’.

Meanwhile, Antoine Griezmann has expressed his desire to stay at Camp Nine for Messi.

Messi’s future at Barcelona is still uncertain, and Griezmann has admitted that he has no insider as to whether he will be his best teammate.

As described Sports world“We try to get the news, but what happens is between the club and him,” said Griezmann. We just hope he stays. We hear a little bit of everything but we know nothing more.

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