Barcelona finances are in bad shape at the moment after the club announced they had lost €90m over the 2019-20 season and expect to double that figure in the 2020-21 season.
The LaLiga giants are currently looking through its finances which have shown that they have overpaid their former star player Neymar €10m due to a tax calculation.
Reports from Spain have claimed that the Nou Camp outfit have requested their money back.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Barca made a huge error during Neymar’s period with the club and they are now desperately seeking to fix that error.
Back in June the Catalonia club already won a legal case against Neymar following a bonus dispute. The 28-year-old then had to pay the Spanish club a total of €6.7m.
The verdict followed after the Brazilian said Barcelona owed him €43m in unpaid bonuses.
Earlier this year it was revealed by El Mundo Deportivo that the PSG star owes a smashing €34.6m to the Spanish state in unpaid taxes and debt accumulation.
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Neymar could also face a suspended prison sentence in Spain but will most likely pay a hefty fine, just as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have done in the past.
This article was most recently revised and updated 3 weeks ago