LaLiga will change strategy for the next two transfer windows!


By: Manu Tournoux

For several seasons now, La Liga has been losing momentum. Even if Real Madrid has managed to remain at the very highest European level by attracting great players and performing well on a continental scale, Atlético de Madrid and FC Barcelona are still too inconsistent to be considered European leaders in the League. of Champions. Even if the Catalans have achieved an ambitious transfer window, they have used stratagems to bring in João Félix and João Cancelo and are not guaranteed to keep them at the end of the season. To regain its former glory, the Spanish championship is seeking, under the leadership of its president Javier Tebas, ways to compete financially and sportingly with the Premier League. While clubs on the other side of the Pyrenees had to tighten their belts after the Covid pandemic for La Liga to survive, this period of depression has generally weakened the championship.

An observation shared by LaLiga which will let go for the winter transfer window. Indeed, according to the indiscretions of the Spanish press, Spanish clubs will now be able to reinvest up to 60% of revenues from sales to recruit. Then, several teams will be able to benefit from help to reduce losses linked to Covid, while their profits will also be used to reduce this debt. Finally, La Liga will also allow clubs to take into account the negative impact of improvement work on their stadiums so that they are not doubly penalized. This should delight several teams, such as FC Barcelona or Sevilla FC, who are renovating or aiming to renovate their settings. If these changes bear fruit during the next transfer window, they could still be in force this summer according to several consistent sources in Spain.

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