La Liga president Javier Tebas has said he hopes justice will be done after the case of alleged match-fixing involving Levante and Real Zaragoza seven years ago was reopened.
A court in Valencia reopened the legal process against 41 individuals, including 36 players, last month.
The players include Ander Herrera, now at Manchester United, and Atletico Madrid captain Gabi Fernandez, both of whom were on the books of Zaragoza in 2011.
The court acted following an appeal by the anti-corruption authorities,...
MADRID -- Manchester United's Ander Herrera is among 30 players who Spanish prosecutors want jailed and banned for their connections to match-fixing in La Liga seven years ago.
Prosecutors are asking for a two-year prison sentence and a six-year ban for the case involving clubs Levante and Real Zaragoza at the end of the 2010-11 season.
Among the players accused are Herrera, Leicester City's Vicente Iborra, Atletico Madrid captain Gabi Fernandez and River Plate captain Leonardo Ponzio.
Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has said his conscience remains clear after match-fixing allegations were reopened in Spain.
Real Zaragoza's 2-1 win against Levante on May 21, 2011 has been investigated by Spain's anti-corruption prosecutors' office over payments related to alleged match fixing.
Herrera, who played for Zaragoza at the time, may face trial after the case was reopened by a judge in Valencia.
The timescale remains unclear and the 28-year-old maintains his innocence, with...
A long-running investigation into a potential fix in a La Liga game between Real Zaragoza and Levante in April 2011 has been shelved due to a lack of evidence to demonstrate that a crime took place.
Spain's anti-corruption authorities had maintained that Zaragoza's 2-1 win at Levante's Ciutat de Valencia stadium, which brought three points that saved the visitors from relegation that season, had been agreed in advance.
The official complaint filed by prosecutors in December 2014 named 42 players,...