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Bartomeu explains Barca's transfer ban - LIVE!
With Ben Hayward

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu addresses the media to talk about the transfer ban imposed by Fifa on Wednesday, which prohibits the Catalan club from signing new players in the next two windows.
17:50 BST
So that's all from Bartomeu for now on another difficult week for Barcelona.

Thanks for joining and stay tuned to the site for further news of exactly what's going on at the Catalan club. And if you have any questions for me personally, please feel free to get in contact on Twitter: @bghayward

17:45 BST
Asked if he will resign should the Referendum vote not go the board's way, Bartomeu concludes by saying he won't.

"There would be no reason to resign. We would just have to find a different way of making the improvements necessary [around the stadium]."
17:40 BST
Bartomeu encourages socios to turn out in force for the Referendum regarding the new Camp Nou at the weekend.

Says members like the project, but have concerns over how it will be financed.

"Generally, we've been able to give them a satisfactory answer. Lots of members are concerned about their seats, but we have explained to them that in every case, their seats will be in better positions than now."

Also adds that families will be regrouped so they can sit together and reveals that prices won't rise, despite the investment and the cost of building a brand new stadium with a reclining roof.

Claims Qatar has nothing to do with the new stadium and says he doesn't want the same name on both shirt and stadium. "We don't want to put all our eggs in one basket."
17:30 BST
"The conditions we are offering these young players are far better than those being offered in their home countries and cities," says Bartomeu, before going on to talk about the Referendum for the proposed new Camp Nou, which will take place this weekend.
17:28 BST
"We are a club that have set some incredible and unbeatable records over the last few years. Clearly there are some that aren't happy about that, but we have to strive to better those records."

On Neymar: "The club has always respected its tax obligations."
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