The transfer window may have reopened but in Spain all they seem to be talking about is a move that happened last summer.
Neymar was Barcelona's big summer arrival but while the transfer cost a cool 57.1 million euros (£47.35m), only 17.1m (£14.17m) went to the Brazilian superstar's former club Santons with 40m (£33.17m) being paid to a company, named in media reports, as Neymar & Neymar Consultoria Esportiva and Empresarial Ltd,.
And who runs the company? Well the clue is in the name – 'Neymar & Neymar' just so happens to be owned by...the Neymars...with his parents pocketing the massive sum in what must be the largest signing-on bonus in the history of sport.
With Real Madrid also interested in the player, Barcelona had to pull out all the stops to get their man, but not everybody is so happy with the deal.
The club were ordered by a local court to provide details about the signing after receiving a complaint from club member Jordi Cases.
The court requested the information before deciding whether to open proceedings against club president Sandro Rosell for the misappropriation of funds.
The state prosecutor has now asked the judge overseeing the case to open proceedings against Rosell, who denies wrongdoing.
The judge has yet to rule on the prosecutor's request.
Barcelona are fuming that the courts are now weighing in on the deal and released an angry statement about the whole situation.
"Barcelona Football Club wishes to express its most energetic indignation about the report by the state prosecutor on the signing of Neymar Da Silva Santos Junior," Barca said in a statement on their website.
"The operation to sign Neymar Da Silva Santos Junior was complex, an example of business engineering, and we have repeatedly expressed the confidential nature of some of its agreements," they added.
"Our rivals were prepared to conduct the same operation for much more money but (FC Barcelona) won through thanks to the skill and expertise of its negotiating team.
"This contractual complexity, labelled by the prosecutor in his report as 'contractual simulation', never constitutes a crime in itself.
"We believe the prosecutor is making a mistake in believing otherwise. Faced with the seriousness of these facts, and despite a belief in the good faith of the legal authorities, we will act forcefully to defend the honour of (FC Barcelona) and its president."
What's happens next from Barcelona and Rosell's point a view remains to be seen, but the Neymar family have their money and are certainly laughing all the way to the bank!