LaLiga assures its clubs that Barcelona complies with the rules of economic control

There are no overdue debts with employees, with clubs or public administrations, nor complaints of non-payment to footballers.

FC Barcelona complies with LaLiga’s economic control rules. At least, this is what the Spanish football association assures, which has wanted to highlight this issue, sending a communication to the rest of the professional clubs, to specify and specify about the economic situation of Barcelona. The League assures, in a document to which the EFE Agency has had access, that the Culé club complies with the required regulations.

There are no debts with employees, nor complaints for non-payment

In the aforementioned document, LaLiga clarifies that the club complies with the established economic control regulations and offers objective data such as that there are no overdue debts with employees, with clubs or public administrations, nor complaints of non-payment to footballers.

In that information that LaLiga details, it is also noted that the cost of the sports squad has always been within the limit until the 2019-2020 season, except for an excess of 3.6% registered in the 2018-2019 campaign, which was sanctioned despite that the accounting result continued to be positive.

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Impairment of the club’s net debt indicator

The aforementioned document transferred to the rest of the clubs to explain the Barça situation, affects that last season, the indicator of Barcelona’s net debt suffered a marked deterioration, after reflecting a much more favorable position than the average of Barcelona’s clubs. The league.

According to LaLiga data, the Barça team has accumulated a generation of profits after taxes of 120 million euros between the 2013-2014 season, in which economic control came into force, until 2018-2019, although in the first campaign affected by Covid-19, specifically the 2019-2020 season, that trend was abruptly reversed.

Finally, it is pointed out that the joint effect of the impact of the pandemic on operating operations, the loss of profit from the transfer of players and the accounting record of impairment and provisions from 2019 to 2021, is around 500 million euros .

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