first_img La Real took part in a meeting with their former player’s representatives in Barcelona on Tuesday, but there was no agreement struck between the two parties as the Basque club do not think they should have to pay out any money.  After writing that the said meeting had finished “without an agreement”, Real Sociedad added that Bravo will have to take his complaint into the courts if he wishes to pursue it further.  Through their website, La Real have released a statement saying that no deal was brokered during Tuesday’s meeting in Barcelona.  Bravo is claiming 10 percent of the fee that took him to Barça (1.3m), an amount which La Real are not willing to pay because they don’t think it is legal. Real Sociedad have called Claudio Bravo’s demand for 1.3 million euros “unfounded”.  Real Sociedad claim that the player gave up his bonus for the said transfer and are not in agreement with his agents that he is able to claim this money one year after leaving the San Sebastian club.  CEST Upd. at 21:16 EFE 23/06/2015 The roots of the problem lie in the Chilean goalkeeper’s switch from Real Sociedad to Barcelona last summer. last_img