Barcelona will have to sell several players to solve the problem of finances and to register the new reinforcements, claims the German newspaper Bild.
According to this source, the Catalan club has a debt of more than one billion euros, and the salaries of the footballers were reduced from 347 to 97 million last year. The financial situation has improved after the sale of part of the television rights, from which, as it is claimed, about 600 million euros were obtained.
However, Barca cannot use that money to register new players because they must first settle the debts from last season. Therefore, Lewandowski, Rafinha, Christensen and Kesi are not yet registered in La Liga and they can only play in friendly matches. All this must be resolved by August 12 when the first round of the new season is played, and Barcelona welcomes Rayo Vallecano.