FC Barcelona are stuck with a complicated financial situation as they aim to register new signings and retain existing squad players. To tackle this issue, the club has a strategic plan in place that needs La Liga’s surety and approval.
Close sources have revealed that Barcelona may have to release freshly signed players if they fail to register them by 21st July giving the players an aspect of uncertainty about their future. On the positive side, this added deaded can provide players an uncomplicated and safe way to secure a place in the market should they become available for free.
The Spanish giants are currently struggling to meet the salary cap requirements for the upcoming summer transfer window, with the goal of registering both existing players and landing new signings. The club has submitted a tailored plan for LaLiga’s approval, and as per reports, it includes the release clauses for players in the worst case if registration becomes unattainable.
Barcelona’s new contracts for incoming transfers include a clause that triggers on the 21st of July, allowing them to be safely released if the club can’t meet the salary cap requirements, set forth by the league as per a recent report from SPORT. This will affect the potential free signings like Inigo Martínez and Ilkay Gundogan, both of whom are on the edge of leaving their current clubs.
The Catalan club is actively pursuing the signings of these two key players and the world cup winner, Leo Messi for their upcoming season. The club is also seeking to recruit a trail-blazing left-winger, a defensive midfielder, and a striker (if the budget allows). Above all, the club is prioritizing the registration of players who have recently renewed their contracts recently.
Will Barcelona’s hierarchy be able to cope with such a deadline and bring home Lionel Messi along with Gundogan and Martinez or will the club break under pressure and fall into further financial complications? Time will reveal the truth!