Shock collapses on Barcelona's head ... "Signing deals is forbidden"
Lyon striker Memphis Depay (archive)
Liverpool midfielder Jorginho Wijnaldum. From the source
The British newspaper "Mirror" revealed that the Spanish League had prevented Barcelona from concluding new deals that Dutch coach Ronald Koeman had recommended to complete, preceded by contracting with his compatriots Georginio Vinaldum, Liverpool midfielder, and Lyon striker Memphis Depay during the current season.
The newspaper said: "The Barcelona administration pays salaries of up to 510 million pounds sterling annually, so it will not be allowed to buy any new players unless the club raises money first from sales."
She added: "The financial crisis caused by the Corona pandemic prompted the Spanish League to impose strict financial guidelines on clubs to put an end to the money that can be spent on transfers and staff this summer, depending on the club's financial results in the last five years."
It is noteworthy that the Barcelona administration is looking forward to the success of the recovery phase from the previous crises it has gone through, starting with the deteriorating financial situation due to Corona, through the repercussions of the humiliating loss in front of Bayern Munich 2-8, and the Argentine star Lionel Messi asked to leave the club before he changed his decision, and ended with the team's technical situation And the amendment of some centers that need solutions, but in light of the decision of the Spanish League, Barça will be facing a major crisis, especially as it is on its way to terminate the contracts of players like the Uruguayan star Luis Suarez.
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