Barcelona president Joan Laporta has succumbed to La Liga’s salary cap. That has forced many stars to leave the Camp Nou in the summer, especially Lionel messi.
The Spanish radio station Cope reported on Wednesday that Barcelona’s salary ceiling was worse than anyone had expected. That leading to the leaving of the Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann left Camp Nou in the summer. While Valencia are another club that faces a similar fate.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has succumbed to La Liga’s salary cap
The battle between Barcelona and La Liga over their salary ceilings has been a topic of discussion over the past summer until Azulgrana forced Messi to leave the Camp Nou. Before the Argentine striker signed with Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.
According to Kope, La Liga has set the ceiling on Barcelona’s players’ salary to 97.9 million euros. Which is 284.7 million euros less than last season. Should have surrendered to release players from the ‘Camp Nou’ in the past several summers. But the Catalunya giants still have the 7th highest salary ceiling in the Bull City league right now. Although the club has huge debts of 1,500 million euros.
Valencia, meanwhile, have faced similar problems as La Liga has set a salary ceiling of €30.9 million this season, less than last season’s salary cap of €72.4 million. Lowest in the Bull City league this season.