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Rubiales advances his return to Spain, where he plans to land this Wednesday morning

MADRID, 3 Abr.

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Rubiales advances his return to Spain, where he plans to land this Wednesday morning

MADRID, 3 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) -

The former president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) Luis Rubiales has advanced his return to Spain from the Dominican Republic and is scheduled to land this Wednesday morning at Madrid's Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport, according to sources from the case to Europa Press.

The scheduled time for his arrival in Spain is at 10:15 a.m., when he will be detained by agents of the Central Operational Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard for the investigation that affects his time at the head of the RFEF and that investigates irregularities in the contracts to play the Spanish Soccer Super Cup in Saudi Arabia.

The defense of the former president of the RFEF informed the judge of Majadahonda (Madrid) Delia Rodrigo that Luis Rubiales planned to return to Spain from the Dominican Republic on April 6, alleging that he was "at the full and total disposal" of the Court and that he could "return prior to that date if deemed necessary and if required to do so."

In fact, the return occurs after this Monday UCO agents carried out a search at Rubiales' accommodation in Punta Cana by order of the judge, and in which the former president's own mobile phone and a tablet were seized. of the RFEF.

Rubiales explained in statements to Europa Press that he had traveled to the Caribbean country "for work reasons" and that he was trying to "generate resources" for his family. Furthermore, he has denied in a preview of the interview that 'El Objective' on La Sexta will broadcast this Wednesday that he received "bites", ensuring that the money he had in his accounts is the result of his work.

"I am here today to say that it is a lie that I have hit a home run here (Dominican Republic). That it is a lie that I have a baseball team (...), that I have hit a ball in Cape Verde or that I have land for the construction of hotels in Saudi Arabia", the former president of the RFEF defended in the advance of the interview.