Bad news for Boca comes from the Court of Arbitration for Sport. The TAS ruled in favor of Barcelona, in the legal battle that had been started by Ramos Mingo. FIFA had already given its verdict and now they rejected Xeneize’s appeal.
The Argentine team he claimed 17,400,000 euros for training rights. The motives? The Blaugrana club signed the defender in February 2020 as a free player. The player had not signed his contract and left thanks to parental authority.
What is the context for you to approve this motion to the players? It is for those minors, that parents have the right to move to another country and take it with them (usually justified by better working conditions or a family decision).
Boca not only lost the defender and the claim in court. You must also pay 9,328 euros, which will be distributed between Barcelona and the player. Nothing went well for the Ribera club and they were left empty-handed.
Ramos Mingo is currently playing for Barcelona B and this season he participated in two of the seven games played. Will we see him shining in the future in European football?