Liga have ordered Barcelona to cut back their wage invoice by £28million, SportsMail stories.
Final November, the Catalan membership was hit with a sizeable deduction, when it dropped by round £250million within the wake of the monetary pressures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
LaLiga president, Javier Tebas, claimed on the time that wage cuts have been essential to deliver down the “extreme spending”, as supporters are nonetheless unable to attend matches.
However LaLiga have now ordered Barcelona to cut back their spending on wages even additional.
They’ve been requested to deliver their funds down from €380m (£328m) to €347m (£300m), a discount of 9 per cent.
The Catalan giants are in debt of over €1bn (£864m) and participant wages accounted for round 61% of the membership’s £940m earnings earlier than the pandemic.
With no signal of followers returning to stadiums in Spain any time quickly, earnings sources have dried up and now they’ve been ordered by LaLiga to cut back the wage invoice even additional.
Captain Lionel Messi is the present highest earner on the membership and he pockets round £500,000 per week (£26m per 12 months) whereas Antoine Griezmann takes in round £249,000-a-week (£15.3m).
Barcelona gamers agreed to a 70 per cent wage in the reduction of in March 2020 and one thing related may be wanted once more.