La Liga have this morning (Thursday) refused to accept an attempt by PSG and Neymar lawyers to pay the Brazilian’s release clause.
According to Sky Sports, about five lawyers arrived at La Liga Head Quarters near Madrid airport this morning. However, they left after only 15 minutes.
The body on Wednesday told Sky Sports they would not accept the payment from PSG to trigger Neymar’s release clause.
A spokesman for the office of La Liga president Javier Tebas said: “We will not accept the money for the liberation clause, the reason is that we have doubts that this money is in accordance with UEFA Financial Fair Play rules.
“The Brazilian has reportedly agreed a five-year deal with Paris Saint-Germain and is due in Paris within the next two days to finalise the most expensive transfer in world football history.
Media reports say Neymar decided to leave Barcelona following talks on holiday near Rio de Janeiro in early July, before he joined the club’s pre-season tour of the United States.