A recent report in El Mundo outlined the club’s alarming financial situation as they are now over €1billion in debt with €730m of that due in the short-term.
Tebas is cited as saying by Cadena Ser: “There is much talk of Barcelona but Deloitte have said that they are the team with €730m which is the most in the world and when they return to exceed €1,000m in income they will return to a situation, not normal, but one that is not alarming as they say.”
The league chief continued that the situation at Barcelona which was concerning him the most was not their economic outlook, but the issue surrounding their presidential elections.
The elections had originally been scheduled for 24 January but have now been rescheduled to 7 March – with Tebas outlining the importance of getting a permanent board in place as soon as possible.
Tebas added: “I am more concerned about their institutional problem, that they have a president as soon as possible so that important decisions at an economic level are taken as soon as possible. Some will be liked by the fans and others not, but they are decisions that must be taken as soon as possible.”