FC Barcelona: management sends cruel message to team executives


The management of FC Barcelona must take drastic measures with the highest salaries of its workforce.

FC Barcelona is in a difficult situation. Of course, Joan Laporta works alongside several financial entities such as Goldman Sachs to have a little leeway during the summer transfer window in particular, but many sources of expenditure will have to be cut. And this should be done at the level of salaries, with a colossal payroll which weighs heavily in the accounts of the Catalan club.

As explained Mundo Deportivo, the club summoned the agents of several locker room executives. And the message was very clear: there is no more money to pay them. The financial situation is too complicated and prohibitive.

Wages impossible to cover

The media cites the names of Gerard Piqué, Sergio Busquets, Sergi Roberto and Jordi Alba. If they want to stay at the club, they will have to renegotiate – downwards – their emoluments and start new negotiations. The salaries awarded with the old management are far too high, especially since the players in question are not all at their best. Behind, the management also called a general meeting with the membership of the club to keep them apprised of the financial situation, and later, individual meetings will be held.

In these discussions, FC Barcelona went there with a lot of tweezers. Respect for the tauliers mentioned above, but a realistic speech. It’s simple, Barcelona’s leaders have no other choice. As explained by other Catalan media, bankable players like Antoine Griezmann could also be pushed towards the exit.

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