La Liga will accept Barcelona’s viability plan or not?

Barcelona’s economic viability plan was expected to be approved by La Liga today, May 19. This news had been circulating for the past week. However, new information from Gerard Romero suggests that by midweek of next week, La Liga will formally approve Barcelona’s feasibility plan. From the club’s perspective, the next steps after that are closing and registering the open contract renewals and moving forward with the operation to re-sign Lionel Messi.

La Liga will accept Barcelona’s viability plan or not?

Barcelona has submitted their viability plan to the league and is confident in their capacity to implement it in time to meet the league’s requirements for next season’s Fair Play. It had been speculated that the Catalan giants will get the green light from La Liga today. However, it appears that there was a minor holdup, and the formal confirmation won’t be arriving until the middle of next week.

As soon as it is settled, the Blaugrana will prioritize officially registering the contracts of players like Gavi, Ronald Araujo, Sergi Roberto, Marcos Alonso, and Inaki Pena. It was possible to renew Alejandro Balde’s registration as well. The re-signing of Messi, the club’s legendary former captain, will also be a significant priority.

The 35-year-old is the club’s priority, and Joan Laporta and the company will do whatever it takes to bring him back. The Argentine captain is also said to be eager to return to Barcelona and is currently waiting for official talks to begin, which can happen only if La Liga gives the club official clearance over the Fair Play issue.

La Liga will accept Barcelona's viability plan or not?

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