Barcelona president Joan Laporta has yet to decide whether to recall Argentina forward Lionel Messi from the Olympics.
Barca were one of a number of clubs to win an appeal against players participating in the Beijing Olympics, and Messi, along with all European-based players, can now be recalled.
Both Werder Bremen and Schalke have since allowed their players Diego and Rafinha to stay in China, despite winning the appeal.
Argentina coach Sergio Batista has already said that he will not be sending Messi back to Spain, and the player is keen to represent his country in Beijing.
“We are really satisfied with the resolution of the tribunal as they have accepted the position of Barcelona,” Laporta told Sky Sports News.
“We had the right to decide whether to release the player to the Argentine national team, we have now set a precedent which is very important to the football clubs.
“We now have to evaluate the satiation to see what is best for Barcelona and the player and we have to think what is best for Argentina and we will soon make a decision.”