Barcelona Requirements for Register Messi, Aguero and Depay in La Liga

Barcelona– Reduce the salary burden by 200 million Euros or Rp. Register for 3,42 trillionLionel Messi?Sergio AgueroMemphis Depay in the Spanish League.

Barcelona must reduce the salary burden in accordance with La Liga’s policy changes regarding salaries in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Spanish League season 2021/2022.

Barcelona Requirements for Register Messi, Aguero and Depay in La Liga

Barcelona has been included in the salary cap adjustment team. The salary limit was 671 million euro last season, but it has been reduced to 383 million euros (Rp6.56 billion).

The reduction in salary limits has an effect on players. Blaugrana’s salaries are too high, so they must do laundry to register new players. This is how Messi can be reunited in Barcelona.

Barcelona has exceeded the Spanish League’s salary cap. New players like Sergio Aguero and Memphis Depay, Emerson Royal, Eric Garcia, and Emerson Royal have not been officially registered to La Liga.

The club wants Messi to continue playing at Camp Nou next season, making this more difficult. La Pulga had a contract worth 133 million euros per season (Rp 2.27 trillion) before the transfer was granted.

According to ESPN, Javier Tebas, president of La Liga, warned Barcelona previously that it is possible not to register Messi if the club does not reduce its salary burden. Barcelona must now face this complicated situation in order to harness the power of Messi’s new recruits and his influence.

Barcelona management must think harder as they try to keep Messi and welcome Aguero/Depay. To accommodate Messi, Aguero, and Depay in Ronald Koeman’s squad next season, the club must reduce the Rp 3.42 trillion salary burden

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Although several players, such as Junior Firpo and Konrad De La Fuente, were released by Barcelona, it did not reduce the club’s salary burden. Barcelona has also placed Samuel Umtiti and Miralem Pjanic on the selling list, hoping that the departure of these three players will reduce the club’s salary burden by 64 million euros (Rp. 1.09 trillion).

Pjanic, Umtiti, and Coutinho’s departures, if they happen, has not completed Barcelona’s homework. Other players with high salaries and minimal contributions are also at risk of being fired to reduce the salary burden.