Juantxo Landaberea, the judge working on behalf of the Spanish Football Federations's (RFEF) Competition Committee has reportedly proposed that the Camp Nou stadium should be closed down for one game as punishment for ​FC Barcelona's alleged negotiation with Antoine Griezmann when he had an ongoing deal with former side ​Atletico Madrid.


​AS claim that this suggestion was first reported reported by El Mundo and the whole situation has still got to go through the correct legal procedure. However, representatives of the Spanish FA think it is unlikely that the proposal to shut the ground for one match will come to fruition.


The club have already been handed a rather insulting fine of just 300 euro for FC Barcelona contravening articles 88 and 126 of the Spanish Football Federation's Disciplinary Code.




Basically, Atletico Madrid are still claiming that Barcelona were involved in talks with Griezmann, who was their player during a time when his buy-out clause was 200 million euro and not 120. 


As of July 1st, the World Cup winner's clause dropped to the lower sum with the player eventually signing for the Catalan outfit, something which Atletico deemed to be a pre-planned effort both on the side of the player and Barcelona.


Barcelona finally ​confirmed the signing of Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid following a long and drawn out transfer saga on July 12.