The Blaugrana president has reiterated that the club acted appropriately in signing the Brazil star from Santos last summerSandro Rosell says Barcelona have "nothing to hide" after insisting they paid €57.1 million (£50m) for Neymar and not the €95m quoted by Spanish newspaper El Mundo.
The reigning Liga champions are being investigated over the alleged misappropriation of funds during the signing of the Brazill international, which saw just €17.1million (£14m) of the reported €57.1m transfer fee go to the Brazilian's former club Santos.
However, the Barcelona president has reiterated his insistence that the Blaugrana acted appropriately throughout the transfer.
Rosell said: "I will say it again. Neymar cost €57.1 million and there's not more to it. That's the umpteenth time I've said it.
"I would also like to make a request to the judge, with all my respect, to accept the dispute and to call me to declare.
"This means I will not have to skip the confidentiality clause we have in this transfer and as is always the case at Barça, it's a clause that was requested by another party, not by us.
"There's nothing to hide."