European giants, Barcelona have had their Twitter accounts hacked for a second time in Saturday by the The OurMine group who claimed that Paris Saint-Germain superstar, Neymar will return to the Nou Camp in the near future.
The OurMine group reportedly hacked into accounts of Barcelona who have presence in several languages relating to various aspects of the club, including their La Masia youth academy - with it coming soon after the Catalan giants 2-1 win over Getafe in the La Liga on Saturday.
One post shared a photoshopped image of Neymar in Barca's latest shirt with a series of question marks and a later post added: "Well, we read some private messages and it look [sic] like Neymar will be back here."
Hacker group OurMine have hacked the official Barcelona and Olympic Twitter accounts— Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) February 15, 2020
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Another tweet called for current club president, Josep Maria Bartomenu to resign, with the group sending out a message, "Hi, we are OurMine. Well, this is the second time, the security level is better but still not the best to improve your accounts security."
This is not the first time that that they have hacked Barcelona's social media accounts with the first one coming in 2017, where they falsely claimed that the club would sign Angel Di Maria from PSG.
The club management for their part confirmed that they were hacked before quickly deleting the posts.
"FC Barcelona's Twitter accounts have been hacked, which is why messages from outside our club have appeared, and which have been reported and deleted. We will conduct a cybersecurity audit and will review all protocols and links with third-party tools, in order to avoid such incidents and to guarantee the best service to our members and fans. We apologise for any inconvenience this situation may have caused."