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Barcelona Planning for Summer Transfers to Meet Financial Fair Play Regulations
Spanish club Barcelona have started planning ahead for the upcoming summer transfer season with some players leaving to save on costs and to allow the club to register new deals the team will make during the transfer season.
The Catalan club is aiming to cut at least €200m from the payroll, in line with the financial fair play rules set by the La Liga administration.
Barcelona Reach Agreement with Alba to Terminate Contract
FC Barcelona announced today in an official statement that it has reached an agreement with Jordi Alba, the team’s defender, to terminate the contract between the two parties by mutual agreement.
And the Spanish newspaper “Sport” revealed that Alba had a strong desire not to stay within the walls of the Camp Nou and leave at the end of the current season.
Press reports link Jordi’s future with a move to Atlético Madrid, who have so far been second in the La Liga table this season.
Alba has been playing for the Blue Garnets since 2017 and has competed with the first team in the 458 different competitions he has competed in, during which he has scored 27 goals and provided 99 assists.
The Spaniard has played 29 matches with the Catalan club since the beginning of this season, in which he scored two goals and gave 6 assists.
Barcelona is currently planning ahead for the summer transfer season, with the aim of cutting at least €200m from the payroll. In line with the financial fair play rules set by the La Liga administration, the Catalan club is expected to make some tough decisions and let go of some players to register new deals for the upcoming season.
The first player to be affected by this new strategy is defender Jordi Alba. FC Barcelona announced that it has reached an agreement with the player to terminate his contract by mutual agreement. According to Spanish newspaper “Sport”, Alba had expressed a strong desire to leave the club at the end of the current season.
Press reports are linking Jordi Alba’s future with a move to Atlético Madrid, who have been second in the La Liga table this season. Alba has been playing for Barcelona since 2017 and has competed with the first team in 458 competitions, scoring 27 goals and providing 99 assists.
As Barcelona begins to plan for the upcoming transfer season, fans can expect more changes as the team works to meet the financial fair play regulations set by the La Liga administration. Stay tuned for more updates on the club’s plans for the future.
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