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La Liga shines a financial ray of hope on FC Barcelona declaring Super League not an option

Since losing Lionel Messi last season, FC Barcelona was seen struggling with their economic situations that resulted on significant pay cuts of several key players like Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and Sergi Roberto.

Spanish Football’s club authority, La Liga on Barcelona financial crisis, insisted that Blaugranas might acquire their CVC deal only if they agree to some of the special conditions.

Football experts’ speculation on this major crisis revolves around different aspects like failure to acquire new players during the summer transfer window as things are getting bad to worse for the Catalan giant.

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According to RAC1, La Liga President Javier Tebas already outlined a significant package that could save the Blaugranas on few points like TV rights, Licensing and Merchandise issues while capping the players’ salary was also on his agenda. 

What is needed for FC Barcelona to bounce back once again?

Eduard Romeu, the Economic Vice-President of FC Barcelona, on a recent discussion said, “It is still critical, but the advantage compared to a year ago is that we know where we are and we have the problem detected. We know what the drama is,”

Romeu criticized Javier Tebas on not sanctioning Barcelona during the Bartomeu period and added that the club needs a massive amount of 500 million Euros to get back on track from this severe economic crisis.

President Joan Laporta also quoted, “We were almost dead. When we arrived, we managed to revive the club, we restructured the club and its debt.”   

As of today, both Romeu and Laporta brutally expressed their honest opinions which only explain that FC Barcelona might find more difficulties for signing fresh talents during this summer transfer window. 

La Liga, on Barcelona financial crisis, consistently researching possible ways to find out a proper solution as the image of Spanish club football is at stake since the exit of Lionel Messi.         

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