Barcelona and Real Madrid are without a doubt the two teams with the most fans in the Spanish premier division
Everyone wants to attend the games when these La Liga giants visit their city, whether it’s to see some truly exceptional players in their prime or, with any hope, to watch their own team beat one of the “big boys.”
However, over the past few seasons, things have become more and more complicated for the Catalans from a financial and institutional standpoint.
The club’s president, Joan Laporta, seems to have done wonders to keep things going well, but new problems brought on by the Negreira Case may cause Laporta to think about doing something so significant that it might completely alter the makeup of the Spanish league.
According to OnzeTV3, the president has requested that the rules be examined to determine whether there is a gap that would enable the club to play as a guest team in a foreign league in exchange for a salary in the millions.
Given the passion for the game there and the apparent money that might be on offer, the outlet suggests that somewhere in Arabia might be considered the best place to focus. If La Liga or UEFA decide to penalise the Blaugranes, it would be a truly unbelievable scenario.
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