BarcelonaThe position of the prosecution in the trial for the signing of Neymar by Barça has been deflating as the sessions progress. On Friday, it was the Prosecutor’s Office that decided to withdraw all the accusations and asked to exonerate all the accused because, once the trial was over, it saw no evidence of a criminal offense, only administrative irregularities, in the operation that served to bring the Brazilian star at the Barcelona club. This Monday, the private prosecution (which represents the interests of the DIS investment fund, which had 40% of the footballer’s federative rights) also lowered the penalty request it was making. Although he initially asked for five years in prison for Neymar and eight for former Barça presidents Sandro Rosell and Josep Maria Bartomeu, he is now asking for half (2.5) for the footballer, four for Rosell and two and a half years as well for Bartomeu. For Neymar’s father, DIS is now demanding four years in prison.