crazy ball President Joan Laporta has finally confirmed that Barcelona have activated their third economic lever by selling a 25 percent stake in Barca Studios to Socios.com worth Rp 1.5 trillion, as reported via World goals and Soccer Spain.
The Catalan giants have been very active in the transfer window this summer after signing five players at once costing up to IDR 2.7 trillion. The five new signings are Andreas Christensen, Franck Kessie, Raphinha, Robert Lewandowski and Jules Konde.
It’s just that Barcelona have so far struggled to get them registered for La Liga less than two weeks from now before the start of the new season, mainly because the club have yet to manage to offload players who are not in manager Xavi’s shoes. Hernandez was not included. plans, of Camp Nou.
While the club also remain interested in further strengthening their squad, including attempts to sign Bernardo Silva from Manchester City and buy Chelsea duo Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso, Joan Laporta has now confirmed that the club have activated their third economic lever . The two previous economic levers were the sale of 15 percent and then 10 percent of their TV rights over the next 25 years to the American investment group Sixth Street.
He said: ‘We did everything they (La Liga) asked to register our players. I assumed they wouldn’t stand in our way. I hope La Liga makes the same interpretation as us. If not, we will find a solution.”
“We sold 25 percent of television rights to Barcelona. And sales of Rp 1.5 trillion for 25 percent of Barca Studios to Socios.com. We are doing our homework to register the players.”
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