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''Barcelona secured Neymar deal in 2011'', said Neymar's father

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The father of Neymar said Tuesday that Barcelona paid his company 10 million euros ($13.3 million) in 2011 to guarantee the right to sign the talented Brazilian player. He has defended the €10 million downpayment that Barcelona gave his company three years ago. 
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The Blaugrana beat Real Madrid to the signature of the Brazil international, now 21, whose summer transfer caused chaos at Camp Nou last week, with Sandro Rosell resigning as club president amid a judicial investigation into the legitimacy of the deal.
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Neymar's dad, who also is known as Neymar, is the player's agent. "We don't owe anything in Brazil or in Spain," he said during a news conference. "We are doing this because we want to give some peace to my son, so he can play the World Cup without this bothering him."
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He insisted he had not broken the law with the secret agreement, claiming the loan payment would have been repaid if Neymar had not joined Barcelona. The salary for the 21-year-old Neymar is 56.7 million euros ($77.5 million) over five years, Barcelona said last week when it offered details on the contract after a Spanish judge agreed to hear a lawsuit brought by a club member alleging irregularities.
"We had a lot of great offers at the time," Neymar's father said. "We needed some guarantees." Neymar's father said he pushed for Neymar to close the deal with Barcelona before last year's Confederations Cup because he was afraid his son could be touted as a "villain" had Brazil not won the tournament. The revelation provided the latest insight into the high-profile transfer that led to the resignation of Barcelona President Sandro Rosell last week amid allegations he hid the real cost of the deal in false contracts.
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