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FC Barcelona News: 18 June 2015; Neymar Sent Off in Brazil Loss, DIS File Lawsuit Over Neymar Transfer

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Spanish court to hear Neymar investor claim for more money - ESPN FC
A Spanish judge has agreed to hear a legal complaint filed by Brazilian third-party investors DIS, who claim they are owed many millions of euros from the controversial transfer of Neymar from Santos to Barcelona. Reports in Spain say that a Madrid court has admitted a new lawsuit filed by DIS, who retained 40 percent of Neymar's rights before the move, with outgoing Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu, predecessor Sandro Rosell, the club, the player, and his father all named in the suit.

Brazil go down to defeat against Colombia (0-1) | FC Barcelona
Pekerman's side held on for the victory in Group C as tempers were lost in the final minutes, Neymar and Sevilla striker Bacca were both shown red cards after the final whistle after clashing on their way off the field and both could now miss the quarter-finals should their sides make it to the knock out stages. Brazil are now level on three points with Colombia and Venezuela in Group C with the latter still to play their second group game against Peru on Thursday.

Fourteen players made FC Barcelona debuts for Luis Enrique | FC Barcelona
Luis Enrique’s FC Barcelona completed a Treble-winning season that will go down in history thanks to a style of play based on a core of existing players as well as the contributions of new signings who arrived last summer. Six Barça B players also spent time with the team.

Clubs asked to reveal Neymar bids ahead of Barcelona trial - Goal.com
The Spanish National Court has asked a host of top European clubs to disclose their bids for Neymar as part of investigations into the Brazilian's move to Barcelona. The Spanish champion is already set to stand trial over allegations of a misappropriation of funds in relation to the signing of the former Santos man in 2013.

Barcelona won't pay 80 million euros for Pogba - Benedito - ESPN FC
Barcelona presidential candidate Agusti Benedito says he would be interested in bringing Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba to the Camp Nou, but not at an asking price of €80 million and salary demands of €12 million net per year. Pogba, 22, has been linked with a big-money transfer this summer, with Barca, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City all reportedly considering moves for the France international.

Barca & Juve in Pogba ‘pact’ | Football Espana
It’s claimed Barcelona and Juventus have made an agreement to leave Paul Pogba in Turin for another year before La Blaugrana officially make their move. Mundo Deportivo reports a meeting between Barca sporting director Ariedo Braida and his Juve counterpart Beppe Marotta, said to have taken place on Tuesday in Milan.

Lilian Thuram impressed by 'balanced' FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Just a few weeks after the Champions League Final involved two of his former clubs, FC Barcelona and Juventus, ex-French international Lilian Thuram has analysed the match, saying that "Barça were fair winners because they outplayed their opponent. They are a more balanced team than they were before."

Top five academy goals of June 13 and 14 | FC Barcelona
As always, the Barça TV program, 'Promeses,' has compiled the best goals of the club's youth academy teams over the last weekend. Here are this week's top five.