The Argentine soccer player emerged from Lanús, recently arrived at Celtic, had an incident in which the local police intervened during the early hours of Monday.
Alexander Barnabas staged an altercation in Glasgow. In the midst of a confusing episode, Celtic’s Argentine winger was delayed by police early this Monday, August 15, in the center of Scotland’s capital.
The 21-year-old footballer emerged in Lanús was delayed after going to a bowling alley in the area. Everything happened after Celtic’s 5-0 win over Kilmarnock, for the third date of the Premiership, in which he was on the bench but did not enter.
Local sources indicated that Bernabei was transferred by the agents to the Stewart Street police station, but his surroundings denied this. “Alexandro was never imprisoned nor was he taken to any police station”clarified Juan Cruz Oller, his representative, in dialogue with La Nación.
“There was an incident that involved the entire squad and three players, including him. They were delayed at the scene until the matter was clarified with the witnesses. Nothing else happened. The information was very confusing.”he concluded.
Bernabei, the first Argentine footballer in the history of Celtic
At the end of June, Lanús officially reported that he kept 10% of a future sale of Bernabei, which signed contract until 2027 with Celtic in exchange for 3.75 million pounds. In his first season he will have two big goals: the Champions League and defending the Scottish league title.
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