Few investors from Saudi and Qatar are interested in buying a part of Barcelona.
Barcelona are struggling through the economic crisis. Due to Josep Bartomeu’s reign as president, Barca spent €130 million on Ousmane Dembele, €140 on Philippe Coutinho, and €120 on Antoine Griezmann.
The Catalan giants have struggled in the last three transfer windows. They still signed some quality players such as Ferran Torres, Raphinha, Robert Lewandowski and Jules Kounde.
Barcelona are also working on renovating the Spotify Camp Nou, which will see the club open a huge sporting and entertainment complex, called Espai Barça.
Barca president Laporta talked about financial things and said, “Barcelona is the most successful club in the world. Espai Barça is essential to keep Barcelona at the forefront of sporting world, and a fundamental pillar of the club’s economic recovery and future probability.
Laporta also discussed about the stadium project, “It is the most relevant project in the world of sports and entertainment, with an investment of €1.5 billion, 18 hectares of land is the centre of the city, with a 350,00 square metre roof,”
Meanwhile, few investors from Saudi and Qatar are interested in buying a part of the club. Laporta suggested that the structure of the club is not changing. He added, “It is fundamental for the continuity of the government model, in which the club is owned by its 144,00 members.”
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