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Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to invest in the transfer market this January, according to Barça president Joan Laporta
Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to invest in the transfer market this January, according to Barça president Joan Laporta
Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to invest in the transfer market this January, according to Barça president Joan Laporta
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Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to invest in the transfer market this January, according to Barça president Joan Laporta

Bankrupt Barcelona has previously been connected to numerous players who could join the club in January, but the Spanish leader is currently unable to recruit new players due to La Liga’s rigorous regulations, according to Barça president Joan Laporta.

This was said by President Joan Laporta in an interview with the EFE news agency on Tuesday evening. Laporta says why last summer’s ruses spared Barça from financial bankruptcy. “The club is now recovering and robust, with an estimated income of 1,225 million euros and a profit of 274 million euros, but we are not permitted to recruit players under La Liga’s Financial Fair Play rules.”

Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to find replacement for Pique

La Liga rigorously regulates Spanish clubs’ spending and publishes how much they can spend on salaries on a monthly basis. Due to these limitations, Barcelona was obliged to reduce its player spending last year. Because Lionel Messi was unable to negotiate a new deal, the Argentine star player, as he is known, left for Paris Saint-Germain. Other high-earners either handed in their pay or departed the club.

Barcelona provided itself with enough clout on the transfer market last summer. By selling a portion of its television rights and its own media and merchandise department. It is insufficient for Laporta. “We’re working with a few other teams to persuade La Liga to be more lenient,” the president explained. “If some things are read differently, Barcelona might become even stronger.”

According to Laporta, the competitiveness of Spanish clubs is now harmed. By their own competition’s rules, which are far tighter than those of UEFA. “Because there is disparity, the Fair Play regulations should be established uniformly for all European competitions.” The Premier League is considerably more flexible than Spain, which makes no sense in my opinion,” stated the head of Barça, who is seeking a replacement for Gerard Piqué, for example.

Bankrupt Barcelona would be unable to invest in the transfer market this January, according to Barça president Joan Laporta
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