Income of 200 million euros for Barcelona

The FC Barcelona has serious economic problems due to its disastrous efforts of yesteryear, which left a very important pufo in the coffers of the Catalan team and that have seriously jeopardized their opportunities in the transfer market this summer, because in winter they made a significant investment to carry out the signing of players such as Ferrán Torres or Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

However, FC Barcelona has a ‘sales plan’ that will be vital in obtaining income through the departures of several players who do not fit into Xavi Hernández’s plans and who could bring in generous amounts, as is the case with Frankie De Jong. But in addition to that, Barça plans to enter 200 million euros with extra-football operations.

The enormous amount that Barça can enter for the market

The FC Barcelona, ​​as it assures ‘AS Journal’is very close to selling 49% of the Barça Licensing & Merchandising to a consortium formed by Fanatics and Investindustrial for the amount of 200 million of euros. In this way, Laporta ensures a large amount of income that makes him less dependent on the famous CVC investment fund.

Barça will have to meet to close this deal and must do so before June 30, the deadline by which the Blaugranas will have to square their accounts. The culé club will continue to have control of Barça Licensing & Merchandising, since it reserves 51% of said business, although this will also entail a series of management changes.

In this way, if the sale of players continues on the right foot, as it has been with the sale of Coutinho, and Barça carries out this operation for which the aforementioned amount would enter, added to the 70 million from the Champions League, the Blaugrana team could enter a large amount of money close to the figure of 500 million euros, devoting a part of them to possible signings.

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