Barcelona reportedly met with La Liga officials in Madrid earlier this week to discuss possibly bringing back Lionel Messi. The 35-year-old’s contract with PSG will expire at the end of the season. Barcelona are doing everything they can to re-sign their former captain. But they can’t do it unless they drastically reduce their compensation mass and fix their Financial Fair Play difficulties.
La Liga to Adopt Barcelona’s economic viability plan
As such, a strategy for long-term financial stability has been developed and presented for league approval. Here’s the latest on that Barcelona vs. La Liga meeting, as reported by Veronica Brunati.
The journalist claims that director Mateu Alemany and treasurer Ferran Olivé met with La Liga officials to discuss Barcelona’s Fair Play issue. It was rather than the specifics of Messi’s contract, but the two are still related.
Additionally, the club and the league had every positive’ meeting. It was as reported by Veronica Brunati, and are making strides toward implementing the economic viability plan. According to Barcelona’s planned feasibility plan, the club will sell players and restructure the roster to decrease its considerable €180 million pay cost.
However, after the meeting, hopes are high that La Liga will approve Barça’s financial sustainability proposal. This would pave the way for the Catalan giants to make Messi, who is rumored to be waiting for a contract offer, an official proposal.