Javier Tebas reveals Barcelona’s financial difficulties. La liga president Javier Tebas declared last week that Barcelona have surpassed their pay cap and will thusly fall under a “uncommon strategy” next season.
Tebas made this disclosure to the Spanish distribution El Transistor and hence proposed that Barcelona should roll out critical improvements to their funds to reestablish Lionel Messi’s arrangement which lapses toward the month’s end.
Tebas uncovered that the Catalan monsters must “rebuild their obligation” as they are liable for half of the €700 million that clubs have lost across La Liga.
While portraying the “exceptional methodology” that Barca currently fall under because of their monetary troubles, Tebas said: “We have a unique strategy for when a club goes over its compensation set up by LaLiga, where clubs can just incorporate players who address 25% of the reserve funds.
“On the off chance that Barca sell a player for €100 million, they can just burn through €25 million.
“On the off chance that Barca gets €10 million on a deal, they can just burn through €2.5 million on another marking.
“In the event that Barcelona need to acquire a player who costs them €25 million for each season in compensation, they should procure, either by move or by a compensation decrease, €100 million.”
In spite of the club’s monetary troubles, Barcelona have acquired Memphis Depay, Sergio Aguero and Eric Garcia on free exchanges.