Barcelona, for the third switch window operating, face issues with registering their new signings forward of the brand new season.
After signing Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Jules Kounde, Andreas Christensen, and Franck Kessie, they’ve reportedly been unable to maintain them throughout the wage cap, and their efforts to register them have been rejected by La Liga.
Consequently, raising money becomes priority. Activating a fourth financial lever within the type of 24.5% of Barça Studios is an possibility. As is negotiating wage reductions of the heavyweights and naturally, participant gross sales.
Nevertheless, it appears they’re reverting to an outdated plan and finalising a sleeve sponsor. Mundo Deportivo report that Barcelona are finalising an settlement with cryptocurrency platform WhiteBIT.
Ferran Martinez has additionally relayed this, claiming that the settlement will likely be for almost €20 million per season. The model’s identify may also seem on the again of the jerseys, and it’s doable that in addition they function on the sleeve of the ladies’s group jerseys.
Beko was Barça’s sleeve sponsor over the last season, however Joan Laporta and co. failed to search out another after their contract expired in the summertime.
There have been reviews stating that the board was not sure about coping with a blockchain firm, but it surely appears there choices are restricted.