Barcelona face increasing uncertainly to meet financial goals ahead of looming deadline

It’s shaping up to be a busy summer transfer window for Barcelona, but before they can think about signing anyone, significant sales will need to be made in order to ensure that they return to La Liga’s 1-1 rule, which is the club’s main aim for the coming months.

The Catalans giants desperately need to sell in order to do this, and there is a ticking clock on the matter. Relevo have reported that the money that needs to be raised much be done so by the “official” end of the 2023-24 season, which is the 30th of June.

The problem that Barcelona are facing in this regard is that no one in their first team squad has shown any signs of wanting to leave. The likes of Raphinha and Jules Kounde have been linked with exits, but for now, they are comfortable in Catalonia, which will make things difficult for Sporting Director Deco to organise sales before the deadline.

It remains to be seen how Barcelona address this increasing uncertainty. What’s clear is that they aren’t in the driving seat on this matter, which will make it difficult for their asking prices for players to be met – even if it is, personal terms would be an issue if those on the transfer list flat-out refuse to leave.

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  1. 2 eliminations in EL
    1,6 billion debt
    Last CL win 2015
    Coach carouselle, 4 last coaches resulted in only 3 trophies
    2 trophies in last 2,5 seasons
    Another 0 season loading


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