Another Javier Tabas, president of La Liga has stated that the league's financial regulations will be strictly enforced next season, the Catalans in trouble
La Liga president with Lionel Messi. Barca in trouble
Barcelona's chances of signing Inter Milan striker Lautro Martinez could go down significantly after Javier Tabas, president of La Liga, announced that the league's financial regulations will be strictly enforced next season. La Liga president told the clubs they would not be allowed to spend beyond their means and warned that league captains would enforce the pay cut to address the financial implications of the Corona epidemic.
Barca associates told ESPN that the club remains optimistic that they could make a deal for Martinez while team coach Kika Stein also wants to sign Miralem Pianich, midfielder Juventus. "We have seen the cash flows for each club and currently have deviations from the limits set for next season. This will have consequences. Clubs will have to look at their academies and formulate a strategy for reducing salaries. There is no other solution. No transfers that exceed financial limits will be possible," Tabas said in an interview.
Barça's limit for the current season has been closed at € 671 million, which includes salaries for players and coaches, subsidiary clubs, academies, reduced transfer fees and agents fees. Real has a limit of up to € 641 million.
Neymar. Getting away from the Camp Nou // Photo: Reuters
According to Barcelona associates, the Blaugrana are expected to cut at least € 200 million from their budget next season as a result of the Corona epidemic, forcing them to demand players cut their long-term wages. Tabas said last month that Barca could not sign Neymar and Martinez Maester, but in time This Barca is continuing to push forward programs to strengthen the roster, and club vice president Jordi Cardoner stated that the club will try to find creative solutions to sign players when barter is a top priority.
Barca's first obstacle is finding a way to reduce the asking prices of the players they want by selling multiple players. According to media reports only to Lionel Messi, Mark Andre Tersch Stegan and Frankie De Jong are immune to the second hurdle of trying to reduce players' wages as much as possible.