Barcelona will be able to register its new recruits!

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The leaders of FC Barcelona can breathe. After the activation of various economic levers, the Catalan club is still unable to register its new recruits: Robert Lewandowski, Rafinha, Frank Kessie, Jules Conde, Andreas Christensen or Ousmane Dembele, were considered a new player after signing his new contract (formalized after June 30. ). the reason ? On the sale of television rights to Sixth Street, Barcelona reported a total capital gain of 667 million euros over the medium term. A sum disputed, rightly by La Liga, only 517 million is attributed to the Blaugranas. The amount Barcelona has already affected in the process.

Thus, to succeed in balancing expenses and income, FC Barcelona must generate additional income by selling assets. In this case, the club’s thoughtful chiefs chose to sell a new quarter of Barcelona studios, this time to investment fund GDA Luma, for €100 million. If the sale was slow and Barcelona feared the worst, it is now official. Great news for the last second in La Liga as this new influx of money will allow Barcelona’s top tiers to score at least a few players in their first league appearance on Saturday against Rayo Vallecano at Camp Nou.

Barcelona close to the jungle!

FC Barcelona has announced the sale of 24.5% of its Barcelona studios to Orpheus Media, headed by Mr. Jaume Roures, an audiovisual producer with extensive experience in creating audiovisual and digital content, for €100 million. This agreement complements what was already signed on July 29 with Socios.com and will accelerate the growth of the club’s digital strategy, NFT and Web.3. The sale was made as mandated by the General Assembly of FC Barcelona held on October 23. With these investments, the strategic partners of Barça Studios demonstrate their confidence in the value of the project and the future of digital content in the world of sports”In this sense, the club’s press release.

However, it is worth noting that Barcelona will definitely need more money to be able to score the seven designated players. If the Catalan board of directors is currently working on these different records, Barcelona also hope to obtain various salary cuts, particularly with Frenkie de Jong, Busquets or even Gerard Pique. According to the latest information from Deportes QuattroThe 35-year-old Spain defender has also agreed to help his club drastically cut his salary to reduce what his management owes him.

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