Wearing a Barcelona shirt in Saudi Arabia could arrive you with a fine of up to £120,000 and a 15-year jail sentence, because of the club’s proceeded with ties with Qatar Airways.
Pressures in the Gulf locale have seen nations, for example, Saudi Arabia blacklist Qatari elements – and their measures could affect football fans who wish to wear Neymar and Lionel Messi imitation shirts.
Qatar’s Arab neighbors have boycotted elements, for example, Qatar Airways over their asserted fanatic association, with Barca shirts donning the aircraft’s logo said to be banned. Qatar have rejected the cases.
As indicated by Sky Italy, supporters discovered wearing shirts with the Qatar Airways logo now confront €135,000 fines (around £120,000) and up to 15 years in prison.
The boycott comes in the midst of a conciliatory column as Saudi Arabia boycotted elements and people that they see as interfacing Qatar to radical gatherings, with the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Yemen and Bahrain included.
Barcelona have been supported by Qatar Airways for as long as four seasons, yet they have concurred another four-year manage Japanese online retailer Rakuten from the begin of the 2017-18 crusade.
The previous summer, Barca’s own fan base required the club to cut ties with Gulf state Qatar, which incorporated an appeal to marked by more than 60,000 individuals.