The Catalans have figured out how to enroll every one of their new signings regardless of a bustling exchange window this mid year.
La Liga boss Javier Tebas has asked Barcelona to lessen their pay bill next season.
The Catalans finished seven new signings this late spring, adding any semblance of Jules Kounde, Raphinha, and Robert Lewandowski to their positions.
Xavi’s very much enlisted side have tracked down a splendid beginning to the new mission. Be that as it may, Tebas says Barca should consider their next season’s pay bill.
“Barca need to diminish the compensation charge,” Tebas told journalists. “One year from now, there will be no switches and they should diminish the compensation that might relate to them.
They could make more switches, however I don’t think [they can or will]. We’ll see what emerges from the offer of players, however it is extremely challenging, unthinkable even, for them to keep up with next season.
“There has been no exceptional courses of action. To try and have the option to enlist [Jules] Kounde, the president and his financial officer have needed to place in an individual assurance. There has been nothing phenomenal.”
Barcelona initiated four monetary switches to enlist their new signings. Selling portions of the club’s properties have furnished the group with new blood in various positions.
Nonetheless, the Catalans could need to restart haggling with some of their players over additional compensation cuts.