BARCELONA IS NOT CHARGED WITH €216,000 LA LIGA FINES AFTER CHRISTENSEN FFP APPEAL IS SUCCESSED

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The Blaugrana have been instructed to cut their payroll cost by €200,000,000 before to the summer transfer season.

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enabling the signing and registration of new players. Due to the FFP issues, Gavi's application to play for the first team has also been suspended.

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La Liga has really fined the Catalans €800,000 for three FFP violations, as was reported in January of this year.

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the hirings of Dani Alves and Andreas Christensen as well as Ronald Araujo's contract extension.

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According to the article, Barcelona's appeal on the Christensen case charges was upheld.

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It indicates that they are no longer responsible for paying the €216,000 punishment related to the accusations against the Danish international.

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However, the league had asserted that Christensen's deal had been finalized months before it was made public.

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and had thus regarded him as a member of Barcelona's employees for the actual fiscal year of 2021/22.

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Due to the legal maxim "in dubio, pro reo" (in case of doubt, always in the accused's side),

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Barcelona won the appeal, thus the €216,000 punishment associated with the Christensen case will not be levied on them.

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