Boca Juniors will sue FC Barcelona

He FC Barcelona will be sued by the Argentine club Boca Juniors due to the case of Santiago Ramos Mingo, 18-year-old youth who left the Xeneize quarry claiming that he had no contract to join the Catalan team.

Jorge Amor Ameal, president of the Argentine team indicated that “Today we are initiating a trial against Barcelona, ​​because we believe that we have rights. For us we are the biggest club in the world, and they should believe more ”, he pointed.

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“We went to court with Barcelona for Ramos Mingo. What happened is outrageous, in very bad taste. Boca is bigger than Barcelona and there are things that cannot happen. What happened there is that the previous board treated him very badly, I don’t know if there was a representative there “added the leader in an interview for the Late portal.

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Ramos Mingo arrived in the winter market to Barcelona to join the subsidiary team, but in recent days the Argentine has been called by the Dutch Ronald Koeman for the training of the first team and entered the call within the match of LaLiga.

In this sense, the Argentine team had already ruled on the matter, implying that the player had a current contract, which is why they were able to register him within the squad that would dispute the Liberators cup.

“It is our thinking. We are not willing for anyone to do wrong things, what happened is outrageous. This player had a following and was reportedly elite. I think Barcelona is not going to take a player who has no chances, right? We thought what they did in very bad taste “Ameal added.

In the same way he criticized the Blaugrana team for the way in which they made Lionel Messi when I was 13 years old, “I am not surprised the same, with the idol of Barcelona they wanted to make a disaster too, so I already know how they handle themselves.”

The problem started years ago with the leader Daniel Angelici, with whom they had indicated that they would renew the contract with Santiago Ramos, but when the leader left they did not reach an agreement and agreed to resume the talks later.

“I spoke with the previous leadership. We had arranged that after the elections we were going to speak because we did not know if they were going to continue or not. Once they left I had already made the decision to leave. I had made the decision “, he pointed.

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