Barcelona-LaLiga this Tuesday unveiled salary limits for the first and second clubs in Spain, and the impact of the coronavirus epidemic was recorded as a general decline in Barcelona, with 43% affected. It has fallen from almost 671.43 million euros in last season to the current 382.72 million euros.
This drop, over 288 million euros already handled by the Camp Nou office, results in an economic adjustment that the subject has been working with for months, mainly negotiating with the players of the first team, adjusting the chips to: Until Barça remains “serious” and is considered “important” among other election candidates, he may face increasing circumstances.
Barcelona lost first place in the rankings in favor of Real Madrid for the first time in six years, closing the podium in the Atletico first division by reducing this cap from €644 million to €455 million. I did. Madrid, which cut the limit to 252.7 million euros, fell to close to 100 million.
Barça said, “We have to cut wages because we have reduced more than 30% of our income,” LaLiga chairman Javier Tebas warned, “This is a year of transition,” and the Barça club is sanctioned by Covid, but what has not been cut this year is next year. Can have an impact. His problem shouldn’t be bankrupt right now, but how his treasury will end this season.
“The important thing is that (Barsa) has a strategy to tackle this,” Tevas said with clear support for the resigned president of the Barça club, and declared “It’s not Bartomeu’s management, it’s an epidemic.”
However, the president of the employers’ association warned that this winter market would be as small as the previous one, “because they are looking to cut costs for workers,” stressing that his calculations resulted in an excess cost “estimated at 770 million euros.” The larger the club, the more impact it will have. “