“840 million to save Barcelona,” the Catalan newspaper wrote on the cover on Wednesday. According to the newspaper, Barcelona will obtain this amount by selling some of its television rights (540 million) and 49 percent of the shares of the Barcelona chain of licensing and trade stores (300 million).
840m Para Salvar Al Barsha
De Jong y Depay quieren seguir en el club azulgranahttps://t.co/PllHwdUtAh
Diario Sport June 1, 2022
“These funds will end the blockade of the organization and bring about a revolution in personnel. May the revolution that has been going on for many years finally begin” – the journalists emphasized.
‘Lewandowski’s goals come at a price’
Influence deals to help Barcelona in a difficult situation still have to agree to the June 16 socios concisarios meeting (which includes distinguished people, including longest-serving fans, and former presidents).
“It is necessary to agree to this extraordinary income so that the club can operate at full capacity again. Failure to do so will perpetuate the paralysis and exacerbate the crisis. Without money, the necessary transfers cannot be made. The goals. Lewandowski have their price, ”- the journalist noted in the article.
In the Catalan capital, they “understood the message” of the Bayern Munich forward from the Polish national team conference on Monday that his time at Bayern was “over”. Sport wrote: “These words compel Barcelona to take a step.”
Soon he will meet Duma Catalunya coach Xavi Hernandez and club president Joan Laporta. “They will meet to expedite matters of reinforcements and distancing,” the magazine’s cover read.
Mundo Deportivo wrote about “six and eight reinforcements”. The cover, in addition to Wednesday’s photo of Lewandowski, also features: Ravenha, Bernardo Silva, Frank Casey, Andreas Christensen, Jules Conde, Cesar Azpilicuete and Marcos Alonso.
“Lo que quiere Xavi” pic.twitter.com/wjYgKTpQw4
– Mundodeportivo May 31, 2022
Laporte on Tebas’ words: He wants to harm Barcelona’s interests
Laporta, as Sport points out, “to fight many enemies.” One of them is the head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, who believes that Barcelona currently does not meet the conditions under which the pole can be brought in.
In the opinion of the Spanish sports activist, this transfer can take place only if the management of the runner-up in Spain decides to “sell its players”. Meanwhile, Frenkie de Jong and Memphis Depay have expressed their desire to stay at the club.
Tebas’ words were commented on Tuesday by Laporta, without hiding his anger.
– I would like to remind you that the president of the Spanish League is responsible for the care of the league and clubs, so I ask him to refrain from such comments. I don’t know if he did it on purpose or not. If it was on purpose, it is a clear indication that he wants to harm Barcelona’s interests. The Barcelona president explained, if inadvertently, further evidence of the desire to have a leadership role, and he is with all due respect.
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