It was a very important day for Barcelona. Joan Laporta, the club’s president, had to convince Sosius to agree to his plan. This is to allow the debt-ridden club to obtain cash and thus attract players.
In the end, in both cases, Laporta’s proposals were agreed upon.
Thus, 49.9 percent of Barcelona’s licensing and trading rights were sold, with 568 socialists in favor and 65 against. According to Laporta, the offers he receives will allow him to get between 200 and 300 million eurosAnd the club “will always be able to buy back the part it’s selling now.”
It was also decided to sell up to 25 percent of the TV rights, with 494 meetings voting in favor and 62 against.
As Eduardo Romeo, Barcelona’s Vice President of Finance pointed out, the limit is currently 10 percent of rights for 25 years, Which can translate to 200 million euros. “Our pattern is: Every 10 percent we sell is a minimum of 200 million over 25 years,” Romeo said.
Thanks to these actions, reinforcement, such as the arrival of Lewandowski, became possible. The current striker’s club, Bayern Munich, must agree, because the Polish captain has an important contract for another year.
Barcelona had already reached an agreement with Andreas Christensen and Franck Kiss, who will go to Camp Nou with Chelsea and Milan respectively on a free transfer basis, as their contracts expire on June 30.
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