Barcelona’s monetary struggles
Barcelona’s cash issues have been properly documented this summer season.
Falling foul of La Liga wage caps meant that they may not register star man Lionel Messi’s new contract, which in the end noticed him depart to Paris Saint Germain totally free.
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Nonetheless, this was simply the tip of the iceberg: participant salaries needed to be slashed so as simply to register new gamers, with Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets all agreeing to pitch in.
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With Emerson Royal departing to Tottenham for an extra 25 million kilos, Junior Firpo becoming a member of Leeds for 13 million kilos and OGC Good exercising their choice to buy Jean-Clair Todibo, they’ve raised some funds, however they nonetheless stay firmly within the crimson.
Barcelona’s funds nonetheless to be made revealed
Now, in a surprising report by Spanish outlet MARCA, the quantity that the membership nonetheless owes to golf equipment for his or her earlier additions has been revealed.
As per the Spanish web site, Koeman’s facet nonetheless must pay 115 million euros for his or her earlier signings. Notably, this consists of 39 for Miralem Pjanic, who now plies his commerce at Turkish outfit Besiktas, and 13 million euros for Coutinho, who joined the membership in January 2018.
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— OptaJose (@OptaJose) September 29, 2021
Moreover, they’re required to pay one other 48 million euros to Ajax, 32 for former Ajax man Frenkie de Jong and an extra 16 million euros for Sergino Dest.
That is certain to have some extreme ramifications not just for this summer season, however summers to come back as they give the impression of being to redress the books after hitting all-time low.