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    Their top 10 regularly buy players for 40-60 mil, while ligas top 10 outside of B/R and sometimes Atletico, mostly go for scrappy 5-20 mil players and bunch of loans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gari View Post
    Tebas: ?Don't forget Bar?a's palancas, the sale of TV rights, represents 5% of their total revenue. It's a small amount for Bar?a & is not endangering their revenue or the viability of the club. There is not a risk of bankruptcy.?"There has been no help from La Liga with Bar?a. To register Kound?, Barcelona had to provide a personal guarantee. Bar?a were not at risk of bankruptcy, they have plenty of assets, but they have to control and reduce their wage bill a lot."
    The topic of the bankrupt club will not be raised again?
    Of course it will be raised again the next time we'll make a big money signing, especially if we'll "steal" another player that Chelsea/United will want or won't want to sell them one of our players. Pretty sure Gary "0-7" Neville will be in action again at that time.

    Can also always count on the Bavarians or Nasser to know more about Barca's finances than Laporta&Co.

    Really unbelievable how affraid they are of Barca building a strong team again.
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    Everything is fine. In the summer, Pique, Alba, Umtiti, De Jong, who have the fattest contracts, will finally leave.
    Depay, Lenglet, who don't get much but are quite good, will also leave.

    I think they will renew Busquets with a much lower salary. And it will be right.

    And our balance will finally come in order. But the deferred salaries of Piqu?, Alba, De Jong and Umtiti will hang around our necks like a weight on our feet for a few more years.

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    If not for these crazy deferred payments of Pique, Alba, De Jong, Messi, Umtiti, because of their crazy salaries, our balance sheet would already be lower than that of Bayern.

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    This is nothing worth celebrating. We were able to obtain this 656.4m of salary cap only because we sold around 683m of rights and assets from the four levers. Tebas said it loud and clear, we are not going to have this much of a salary cap next season if we don't have more levers or limit our wage bill to around 400m. We don't have any more levers to sell, short of selling the entire club. Getting the wage bill down to 400m is an extremely tall order, as our wage bill this season has increased, not decreased due to those new signings.

    What I don't understand is if our cap is 656m and we have exceeded it (I remember reading reports that our staff cost, inclusive of everything is close to 900m, hence we will have a profit of 400m because our revenue is going to be 1.3 billion due to the levers?), how do we get past La Liga?

    More importantly, it is so worrisome what we are going to do next season. How do we drastically reduce our wage bill to fit next season's reduced cap? I hope Laporta is not just worried about today and only worry about tomorrow when tomorrow comes. I hope he has a plan. Don't act surprised and shocked a year from now when La Liga tells us that we don't have salary cap to register our existing players, let alone new signings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnidrologist View Post
    How come PL clubs, even lesser ones, can be so much richer and more affording than la liga ones? (not talking about Barca/Real)
    Because they get a lot more TV money than most other clubs from other leagues, due to the gigantic size of the EPL TV money pie.

    La Liga was also one of the first leagues to impose financial control, limit what clubs can spend. I read the EPL will follow suit and will adopt something similar to the new UEFA FFP, ie, tying how much a club's wage bill to a percentage of their total revenue.
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    If we can could register all our players under contract with -144m, we will be able to register them all next season.

    New signings may require some work, but with Frankie finally leaving we'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gnidrologist View Post
    How come PL clubs, even lesser ones, can be so much richer and more affording than la liga ones? (not talking about Barca/Real)
    Everey PL club receives TV rights money, a sum around 90m euros + broadcast bonuses.

    Breakdown of La Liga TV rights for 2020/21 show that 16 out 20 clubs in Spain receive around half of PL clubs, 50m on average without deducted obligations. Barca, Real and Atletico are the clubs who are above the PL average in TV rights.

    There are debts in both leagues, but in Spain clubs risk bankruptcy more than PL, having lesser income and exposure.

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    https://www.fcbarcelona.com/en/club/...-million-euros

    The Board of Directors has approved the budget for the 2022/23 season which includes an operating income budget of 1.255 billion euros, with a profit forecast of 274 million euros.

    At the end of the previous season, the board closed the 2021/22 financial year with a turnover of 1.017 billion euros and a profit of 98 million euros.

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    How is the debt going now? Have they payed off some of it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nucky View Post
    How is the debt going now? Have they payed off some of it?
    I remember reading that the club repaid about 125m of debt to Goldman Sachs after receiving money from the levers.
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    Levers 750, purchases 150. Where is the rest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gari View Post
    Levers 750, purchases 150. Where is the rest?
    Debt repayment, covering expenses such as wages, shoring up cash position, starting the initial works (demolition of stands etc.) of Espai Barca...
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    Headlines from 2Playbook:


    - Barca assumes an operating hole of 200 million between income and expenses for 2022-2023. The board of directors of Joan Laporta is confident of earning 274.5 million this season, which includes almost 600 million of extraordinary income. The wage bill will soar by 27%, to 656 million euros, after the 'rally' of signings and renewals.

    - Barca, this is how the 1,045 million of debt with funds, banks and clubs are distributed: Barca cuts its net debt by more than 10%, to 608 million euros, mainly motivated by sixth Street's cash inflow, which placed the treasury position at 378 million. Manchester City, Ajax and Liverpool, main creditors.

    - Barca sections suffer record losses of 48 million despite billing 7% more. The ordinary business of the basketball, handball, roller hockey, futsal and other sections will stand at 21.71 million euros, the historical maximum. The red numbers will decrease by 2 million compared to last year.

    - Barca basketball will maintain spending on staff after losing 30 million in 2021-2022. The ACB team failed to adjust salaries to meet the budget, as it lost two million more than expected. The club's salary bill is 37 million for 2022-2023, a year that it expects to invoice more than ever: 17 million euros.

    - The women's Barca shoots its budget up to 12 million and aims for profitability in 2022-2023. The team aims to obtain profits of 149,000 euros thanks to the increase in sponsorships, which will contribute 8 million, double that in 2021-2022, closed with losses of 1.7 million. The wage bill is close to 7 million.

    - Laporta allocates 6 million to compensation after two overturns to the Bar?a management committee. The dismissals of members of the top management after the departure of Ferrar Reverter cost the club 3.3 million euros, which were added to another 2.3 million derived from the termination of the senior management team that worked with Josep Mar?a Bartomeu.

    - Barca underpins the profit of 2021-2022 with a revaluation of 30 million by Can Rigalt. FC Barcelona is trying to make a profit from its past real estate investments, although for now it is with purely accounting effects. The board of directors of Joan Laporta decided to increase the book value of the land it owns in Can Rigalt.
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    🚨🎖️| Barcelona?s outstanding payments to clubs according to the club?s latest economic:

    👉 ?52M to Manchester City for Ferran Torres.
    👉 ?42M to Ajax for Frenkie + Dest
    👉?36M to Juventus for Pjanic
    👉?14M to Liverpool for Coutinho

    💰Total = ?144M