Barcelona budget reduced by €35m as 16 of 20 La Liga clubs lose money since January

16 of the 20 clubs in La Liga have had their budgets reduced following the conclusion of the January transfer window with Barcelona losing €35m.

The full amounts are outlined by Marca, with Barcelona news seeing their club’s budget reduced by 9.31 percent from €382.7m to €347m.

The club to suffer the biggest differential fall was Atletico Madrid, who lost 14.01 percent of their budget from €252.7m to €217.3m.

There is more positive updates for Real Madrid news, as their budget increased marginally – by 1.03 percent from €468.5m to €473.3m.

Celta Vigo, Huesca and Granada were the only other three clubs to increase their budget.

Valencia, Real Betis and Athletic Bilbao also suffered notable losses – 9.92 percent, 7.08 percent and 7.58 percent respectively.

It is outlined by the report that clubs have now lost a total of €2,000m combined due to the impact of Covid, with the financial ramifications now being keenly felt.

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