FC Barcelona is Working to Reduce Salaried Costs Ahead of Next Season
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FC Barcelona is looking to adjust player rosters and reduce total salaries significantly for the upcoming season. They hope to reduce costs by 200 million euros at every level.
Their main priority is to retain Lionel Messi and make sure agreements are met with players like Ronald Araujo, Gavi, Marcos Alonso, Sergi Roberto, Alejandro Balde and Iñaki Peña.
Barcelona has some notable players such as Raphinha, Ferran Torres, and Ansu Fati that could help the club reach financial goals by transferring them for profit. Other players, such as Franck Kessie and Eric Garcia, may also be sold to reach those targets.
The club plans to become smoother financially to avoid prescinding of level players such as Antoine Griezmann.
Barcelona is also interested in recruiting two new sides, such as Marcos and Héctor Bellerín, which may obstruct their transfer goals.
Ansu Fati's future in the Barca club is uncertain. His father claims that he is committed to the team, but Manchester United, Bayern and Tottenham may consider transferring him if he continues to struggle in maintaining a stable team role.
As per Javier Tebas, La Liga is paying a close eye on Barcelona's "viability plan." He reminded that the club could sign Messi by selling players who don't fit their football goals.
Barcelona announced their commitment to reducing wage-earning costs in the winter of 2021, and the forthcoming season's steps are the first practical moves in that plan.
Their objective is to align with Xavi Hernandez's footballing goals and eye for new talent to win various trophies in the upcoming season.
Eric Garcia and Franck Kessie arrived at the Barca as free agents and may be sold to attain financial goals, given they are not set to be a part of Xavi Hernandez's plans.
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