After Antoine Griezmann has signed for Barcelona, Atletico Madrid made an official complaint to the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) against him and Barcelona over the forward's transfer.
As a result, RFEF have opened a case against him and the Catalans with the Catalan giants accused of failing to comply with RFEF General Regulations.
On Thursday, September 26, the final verdict has been finally announced: FC Barcelona are fined €300 ( three hundred euros) by RFEF for Griezmann approach following Atletico complaint, as per El Mundo report.
As per previous reports, the 28-year-old may be disqualified for up to two months for breaching the contract with his ex-club. However, taking into account that Atletico failed the complaint only in May, the court doesn't consider sanctioning the player.
Earlier, it was reported that the committee was also considering closing down the Camp Nou for one home match. However, this kind of punishment is ruled out for the time being.
Atletico's initial plan was to get €80m which were included in Griezmann's release clause that existed before July 1. The Madrid club's officials earlier claimed that they got "sufficient evidence" regarding Barca's agreement with the World Champion before July 1.
The Catalans paid out Griezmann's €120m release clause and the Frenchman was free to leave Atletico Madrid and sign a five-year deal with Barca.