In a recent press conference, Barcelona Director Mateu Alemany gave an update on the club’s transfer operations. He revealed that the departures of Antoine Griezmann and Gerard Pique reduced the cost of the squad by a whopping €90 million, contributing to the club’s efforts to lower their wage bill.
“We had an unsustainable wage bill of €655 million,” Alemany said, addressing the club’s current financial struggles and their adherence to Financial Fair Play regulations. “To address this issue, we have made departures of players who were not a part of our plans and lowered the wage bill.”Mateu Alemany
Despite this, Alemany emphasized the club’s aim to maintain a competitive team, stating,
“We don’t want to get rid of important players, but we have to lower the wage bill with less important players. This will help us stay within the financial regulations set by Financial Fair Play.”Mateu Alemany
The Barcelona director also shed light on the club’s future plans, revealing that they are seeking new talent to improve the team.
“We are always looking for opportunities to bring in new talent and improve the team. We want to build a strong team that can compete at the highest level. However, we will be very careful in our approach and make sure that we stay within our financial limitations.”Mateu Alemany
In conclusion, Alemany stated that the club is taking a measured approach to their financial situation and is confident in their ability to build a competitive team while staying within financial regulations. “We are taking a measured approach to our financial situation, and we are confident that with careful planning, we will be able to build a strong team while also staying within financial regulations.” Stay up to date with the latest Barca News and for all the latest updates on the club.