Iñaki Urdangarín is already a free man. 3 years and 9 months after his entry into prison for the Noos Case-on June 18, 2018-on Bilbao Penitentiary Surveillance Court He has been granted parole. Great news for the still husband of the Infant Christina, that he sees how his sentence is definitively suspended and that from now on he will not have to report his movements or plans to Penitentiary Institutions and you will be able to start a new life from scratch in which, it seems, there will be no place for the former Duchess of Palma. But… And Ainhoa Armentia?
And it is that once conditional freedom was obtained – something that the former handball player did not count on until May – many fronts open for Iñaki Urdangarín, You will have to decide what to do with your future. And it is that different sources indicate that he could leave his position as consultant in the law firm ‘Imaz & Asociados’ where he has been working for a year – and where he met Ainhoa - and moving to Barcelona.
Barcelona is where he has lived for a large part of his life, where he spent his best years and where He achieved professional glory as an athlete. Precisely it has been speculated that the former Duke of Palma would have started a coaching course to direct the Barça youth handball team. A news denied by the club, which has revealed that Iñaki will only carry out a month of unpaid internships that are part of a course that he is doing and that could indicate that his professional future is aimed at coaching.
In Barcelona, moreover, his son Pablo Urdangarín lives and the man from Vitoria has great friends, so it would not be unreasonable for him to return to the Catalan capital to begin a new and exciting stage after obtaining parole.
However, moving to Catalonia, his relationship with Ainhoa Armentia – whose children, circle and work are in Vitoria – would hang by a thread, so those who know Iñaki well assure that his intention is to bet heavily for this love and settle permanently in his hometown, where a large part of his family also resides and link his future work to that of his brother Mikel Urdangarín, who runs a sports club in Vitoria.
In any case, obtaining parole is great news for the husband of the Infanta Cristina, whom the Penitentiary Surveillance Court has ‘rewarded’ for his good behaviour. And it is that the suspension of the sentence is normally granted once three quarters of the sentence has been served and “exceptionally” when it reaches two thirds, the case of Urdangarín, who has been recognized for his work at ‘Imaz & Asociados’ and for having passed a pioneering program for prisoners for economic crimes in Spain called Pideco.