Euskaraz irakurri: Villarejok iradoki du Real Madril partidetan iruzur egiten saiatu zela; klubak akzio judizialak iragarri ditu
Former Commissioner of the National Police José Manuel Villarejo has hinted, this Tuesday, that Real Madrid, “in some way”, had already “tried the same thing” before FC Barcelonain relation to possible payment to obtain favorable arbitrations uncovered by the Negreira case. Villarejo made these statements on the Catalan radio station RAC1, and, after learning of them, Real Madrid has announced that its president, Florentino Pérez, will immediately take legal action against the former commissioner for the false accusations.
Jose Manuel Villarejo He made these statements while talking about former president of FC Barcelona Sandro Rosellwhom he investigated for his relationship with the independence movement, although he later discovered that it was not what he expected, as he admitted: “Sandro Rosell brings me into the subject because it comes up in a series of conversations, where he, along with another series of personalities from Catalonia, like, let’s say, linked to the independence movement. The only thing I saw was that he was a member of some pressure group, who, in addition, had had a series of actions regarding the issue of referees, for what was match-fixing“, he revealed.
“Sandro Rosell?” they asked him, to which he replied: “Come on, all the presidents”; asked about whether Florentino Pérez also tried to fix matches, he assured: “Somehow, at Real Madrid, before that (from the Negreira case), “The same thing had already been detected.”.
“Understand that my job is intelligence work. A job where I put my information into intelligence notes, and that information is prosecuted or not, depending on whether it is verified or not,” he added.
When asked why in the case of FC Barcelona it has been prosecuted and in that of Real Madrid it has not, he responded: “It is It is impossible to prosecute anything that affects Don Florentino in this country. Come on, anyone who dares to do it would be suicidal.”
Legal actions by Real Madrid
In relation to this, Real Madrid announced, shortly after, that its president, Florentino Pérez will immediately take legal action against former commissioner Villarejo, due to false accusations about his possible involvement in match fixing before the Negreira case.
In a statement, the Madrid club has confirmed that its president “has ordered the immediate presentation of the corresponding judicial action against former commissioner Villarejo, for the false accusations made in RAC1.”
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