The Catalan club are set to lose approximately 500,000 euro after the falsification of match tickets for Sunday's El Clasico
Spanish police are investigating a case of fake match-day tickets ahead of Sunday's FC Barcelona vs. Real Madrid clash at Camp Nou.
According to Europa Press, ten people from various differing companies have already been detained by the local Civil Guard in connection with the case.
Apparently seven Catalan companies have been involved in a ticket bar-code duplication scheme which had, to this point gone unnoticed by the Catalan football club. The investigation follows a similar situation when both sides faced each other at Camp Nou on May sixth as part of the 2017/18 LaLiga campaign when 2.822 were detected by authorities.