Madrid: FC Barcelona striker Neymar appeared in the Spanish National Court in Madrid on Tuesday to answer charges of corruption and fraud related to his transfer from Brazilian club, Santos in the summer of 2013.
The striker arrived at the court along with his father, who is also under investigation, looking relaxed and even stopped to sign autographs before entering the building, Xinhua reported.
Neymar. Pic/ AFP
His declaration lasted for 90 minutes, before he left the building without making any declarations to the press.
The investigation involves the contracts signed by Barcelona and Santos following a lawsuit placed by the company 'DIS' which owned a 40 percent stake in the player.
DIS claim they should be paid 40 percent of the 83.3 million euros ($91 million) Spanish authorities estimate Barca paid for the 23-year-old.
Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu and his predecessor Sandro Rosell, who are also indicted in the case, had earlier appeared in court on Monday.
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