Madrid (EFE) of information known yesterday.
Said information points to the payment of 1.4 million euros by the club between 2016 and 2018 to the then vice president of the CTA, José María Enríquez Negreira.
The RFEF will appear in possible legal proceedings
In a statement, the RFEF points out that “after the elections for the RFEF Presidency at the end of May 2018, with the arrival of the current government team, the CTA leadership was renewed, sacking the previous directors, including found Mr. Enríquez Negreira”.
“The RFEF requires, in addition to the declaration of non-conflicts of interest from all members of various bodies and employees, an expanded declaration signed by all members of the disciplinary and referee appointment committees in which they are obliged to detail any income, apart from what is perceived in the RFEF, which could be related to football for the purpose of being able to evaluate and verify the effective and real absence of conflicts of interest. All members have presented and signed these documents”, continues the federation.
After informing of the opening of the aforementioned “requirement for information reserved for both those responsible for the CTA and FC Barcelona”, the RFEF adds that it has also agreed to “appear in the possible legal proceedings that are followed on this matter”.
“As soon as sufficient information is available, the RFEF will adopt the corresponding measures within the framework of legality that must prevail in all these situations,” the statement concluded.