Barca is still struggling with severe monetary issues, which need to be approched to comply with La Liga’s strict financial ordinance.
In effect that has meant the Catalan giants have sold off enormous amount of their future earnings in order to comply and register new players.
That involves forward Raphinha and striker Robert Lewandowski
Moreover Poland international Lewandowski from Bayern Munich and Brazilian Raphinha from Leeds, the club have also register and Andreas Christensen and midfielder Franck Kessie and defenders Jules Kounde.
Nevertheless, Barcelona are still to persuade La Liga and are now functioning on activating what is being referred to as a fourth ‘financial lever’, a remarkable stake in their Barca Studios commercial arm, in order to comply. Furthermore, long-serving defender Gerard Pique has taken a curtailment in pay.
La Liga consider these changes will let Barcelona to begin registering new players, although there is tenderness at the league this may be done on an individual basis rather than all at once.
Barcelona’s financial strife is unprecedented causes for the uncertainty over the future of Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong.
Manchester United are wholehearted to sign De Jong, with Chelsea also expressing an interest.
Nonetheless, De Jong is owed millions in deferred payments from a remodeling of his Barcelona contract, which has come into force this season.
The president of Barcelona Joan Laporta suggests the club want to the Netherlands international to stay.
“Frenkie de Jong is a Barcelona player of great quality and we want him to stay,” Laporta told TV3.
“With him and his team-mates, we have a very powerful midfield.
“He has offers, but we want him to stay and he wants to stay too.”