Andreas Christensen and Frank Kessie, who joined Barcelona on a free transfer this summer, could leave the Catalans ahead of the first division match against Rayo Vallecano on August 13 if they are not registered in the league by then. that reports ESPN.
According to them, both can claim a condition that allows them to leave Blaugrana on a free transfer deal if they are not registered before the first round of the tour.
In addition to Christensen and Casey, other newcomers Robert Lewandowski, Jules Conde and Rabinha as well as Sergio Roberto and Ousmane Dembele, whose contracts have been extended, are yet to be registered.
Troubled FC Barcelona has spent around €150m on Lewandowski, Conde and Ravenha, but in return they have also amassed more than €600m from the sale of TV rights and a stake in Barca studios.
However, this amount is still not enough for the league to register newcomers and players whose contracts have been renewed. The reason for this is the “financial fair play” of the Primera division.
Barcelona significantly exceeded the salary cap at the end of last season. Now the club has to generate income, for example by selling additional rights or players, so that new arrivals can be registered in a timely manner.
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