Credits: Transfer Futbol
Even though Barcelona was able to adhere to the €65 million transfer fee, they won't be able to register their new signing due to La Liga's salary cap. They faced the same problem when they were registering Sergio Aguero, Memphis Depay, and Eric Garcia.
The very same salary cap led the club to lose Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann who were the club's highest earners. Some of the senior players who remained at the club also had to have their salaries reduced to make money for new signings.
Ferran Torres will not be registered in La Liga until FC Barcelona raise enough money to fund his salary. As things stand, the club's solution is to offload a couple of players this month.
Sergino Dest is already being linked with an away move to either FC Bayern Munich or Chelsea. Sevilla has already agreed to take over the loan deal of Luuk De Jong from FC Barcelona. The club is also trying to cut down the salary of Ousmane Dembele to maintain the finances.
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