Barcelona Chief Reveals Massive Amount Needed to Save The Club From Financial Crisis

Barcelona Chief Reveals Massive Amount Needed to Save The Club From Financial Crisis

Ibitoye Shittu
June 9, 2022 at 11:56 AM
  • Barcelona chief Eduard Romeu has explained that the Catalan giants need the sum of €500million to escape financial woes
  • The economic vice president also claims the financial difficulties are heredity after years of financial mismanagement
  • Coronavirus pandemic also played huge role in the economic downfall of Barcelona as they played for 18 months without fans

Spanish giants Barcelona will be needing massive sum of €500million for them to escape financial crisis which has been affecting the Nou Camp side since last season.

The club's economic vice president Eduard Romeu explained that he and other people in his department and the club have been doing many things to save Barcelona from financial woes.

Last season, it was because of Barcelona's financial trouble that made Argentine footballer Lionel Messi to leave even though he wanted to stay at the Nou Camp.

Barcelona, Eduard Romeu, financial crisis
Barcelona chief Eduard Romeu says the club needs €500m. Photo by LLUIS GENE
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However, Barcelona were unable to register Lionel Messi and the Argentine was forced to make a move to Paris Saint-Germain.

According to the reports in the Daily Mail and SB Nation, Eduard Romeu disclosed that Barcelona's financial crisis is critical.

Eduard Romeu's reaction about Barcelona's financial crisis

''It is still critical, but the advantage compared to a year ago is that we know where we are and we have the problem detected. We know what the drama is.
''The number that does the most damage is that of the patrimonial imbalance. Negative funds of €500m. Some €150m losses could be added to this course if we did nothing.''

Lewandowski warns Bayern Munich of the repercussions if they stop his move to Barcelona

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Bayern Munch forward, Robert Lewandowski has once again expressed his desire to leave the Bundesliga champions this summer.

The 33-year-old Polish striker handed a transfer request to the Bayern Munich board back in May 2022 but the Bavarians are adamant about letting him leave.

Lewandowski has now cautioned the German giants that no player will want to sign for the club if they do not sanction his move to leave.

Lewandowski's contract with Bayern runs until 2023 but he has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona after admitting something has died inside him at the German giants.

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