The Spanish Football Federation has informed the Anti-Corruption Office of the complaint filed by Luis Advíncula, side of Rayo Vallecano, to the Madrid club because a certain amount of the player’s salary has been paid in Panama through the intermediary that intervened in the player’s signing this past summer, Ronald Baroni.As reported by the Cadena SER, this complaint, which has been filed in the first instance before RFEF and LaLiga, points to Raúl Martín Presa, president of the club, David Cobeño, sports director and the lawyer of the Vallecas entity, Gema Barrasa as alleged responsible for the events. This station ensures that one of the evidence presented are recordings of the different meetings held by Peruvian agents with David Cobeño and Gema Barrasa that would demonstrate the illegality of the payments. In addition, it ensures the SER Chain, The trustees of the franjirrojo club justified this operation based on the fact that those amounts paid in Panama could not be paid in Spain. This radio has published the audios on its website in which, allegedly, Cobeño explains the operation to another of those present and that have been presented as evidence against Rayo Vallecano. “We give Luis the federative contract that was signed last year and the increase is paid through the agent,” the sports director allegedly explains. A man, who seems to represent Advíncula’s interests in the meeting, says if there is proof of a supposed increase and ensures that the side “He has no agreement with the Panamanian that he will pay the 450” in reference to Baroni. In addition, in this audio, David Cobeño allegedly asks if Advíncula received last year’s payment to what the man who represents the Peruvian in this negotiation answering no. From the club they assured Cadena SER that these payments were not remunerations to the Peruvian player but the payment of the signing commissions to Baroni.Luis Advíncula signed this summer for Rayo Vallecano, who paid close to 3 million euros to Tigres. The Peruvian was already assigned last season in Vallecas, an operation for which Lightning also paid Tigers.RFEF raised the complaint, LaLiga investigates internallyWhile the RFEF considered it necessary to raise the complaint to the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor, on Monday, LaLiga has assured that it is conducting an investigation into what happened.According to this entity, on January 26, the agent of Luis Advíncula made these facts known to LaLiga and this is working according to the provisions of its statutes by opening “the instruction of information reserved to Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, SAD” . Now, LaLiga holds meetings with both parties, club and player, to “determine if any sanctionable conduct has occurred” and if it is necessary to bring it to the attention of Justice.