Spain's La Liga on Thursday rejected installment of a record-breaking transfer provision that would enable Neymar to leave Barcelona for Paris St Germain, a source from the national soccer association said.
A gathering of legal counselors speaking to Neymar went by La Liga in Madrid on Thursday to endeavor to settle the exchange and pay the 222 million-euro break charge.
It was not promptly clear whether La Liga's refusal to acknowledge installment would put the brakes on the exchange.
Spain's Marca daily paper announced that Neymar and his guides would swing to Fifa, world soccer's overseeing body, asking for a temporary exchange to PSG.
The Brazilian striker's specialist Wagner Ribeiro had said on Wednesday that the French club was prepared to take care of everything with the goal that Neymar could be introduced at PSG at the end of the week.
La Liga president, Javier Tebas, had just cautioned in a meeting that Spain's alliance would not acknowledge installment by PSG to trigger the discharge proviso, saying it was possibly in rupture of Uefa Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
Under those guidelines, a club's wage charge must not surpass 70 percent of its income.
Uefa, European football's representing body, told Reuters on Wednesday that there had been no protest got so far about PSG in this regard, including that it would not obstruct any potential arrangement ahead of time.