Barcelona’s Gerard Pique isn’t overly concerned with the Anti-Violence Commission looking into his Twitter activities. ‘They’ll do whatever they want.’
Pique was speaking as he accepted the award for Catalan sportsman of the year, the defender’s comments on social media having been referred to possible disciplinary action.
“Let them look into the tweets. They’re there for them to study what they think they have to study,” he said, AS reports.
“Whether or not it seems fair to me, they’re going to do what they want.”
AS adds that the Anti-Violence Commission is understood to have completed its report on the Spain international and the decision on whether or not to take open an investigation is with the League’s Disciplinary Committee.
Pique has in the past posted tweets taken as anti-Real Madrid and been accused of increasing tensions between Los Blancos and La Blaugrana.
He was however supported by banners during a recent Barca trip to Espanyol’s Cornella-El Prat, and was asked if the backing from the fans meant anything to him.
“I’ve nothing to say about that. If I did, I’d say it on Twitter,” he replied.