Blog Lionel Messi back to Barcelona Political complicated but very real

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This is the message coming out of Barca’s dressing room, relayed by a source in the club’s first-team staff.

Normally, this kind of statement would be enough to help you understand things are really happening, that arguably the greatest-ever footballer will make a stellar return to the city where his genius shone so brightly for so many years.

But nothing functions normally at Barcelona.

It is often the case, when it comes to transfer news, that conflicting narratives have to be negotiated to find a picture of what is truly going on, as each actor can have their own agenda. When it comes to Barca, there are conflicting narratives coming out of the same club.

When you speak to figures with responsibility on the financial side of things, their reply is quite different to the quote that opens this story.

Both statements come from the same organisation, during the same week.

There is a problem though. One that explains the more cautious messaging from elsewhere in the Barca leadership.

Multiple Barca executives insist any deal can only be considered once the club’s issues with La Liga have been resolved, and when compliance with the competition body’s financial rules has been achieved.

There is a key development on this front, with Barca now set to file their new financial viability plan to La Liga, club sources confirmed to The Athletic.

This viability plan is a new requirement the league demands from any club that holds a negative balance on their salary limit. Only when Barca has this plan approved by La Liga would they be able to register players in the summer transfer window.

Bubbling away in the background is the long-running conflict that has been brewing between Barca and La Liga, reflected recently in the bitter back and forth over Gavi’s rejected registration, and the fiery exchange of words between La Liga president Javier Tebas and Laporta around the Negreira scandal.


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Gavi has been de-registered as a first-team player, with his status at Barca now vulnerable because of a clause allowing him to leave for free this summer, while Ronald Araujo and Marcos Alonso’s contract extensions have not been registered either.

There is also the case of 19-year-old Alejandro Balde, another promising talent Barca want to secure to a new long-term contract. Again, they cannot do that and register him as a first-team member without La Liga’s approval.

Apart from renewals, there are also other potential signings on the horizon: Inigo Martinez, a 31-year-old centre-back, is expected to join on a free transfer from Athletic Bilbao, Gundogan has been targeted and Laporta has confirmed the club will look to sign a right-back, too.


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Despite the January sale of Memphis Depay to Atletico Madrid and Gerard Pique’s November decision to retire, the amount Barcelona are allowed to spend on salaries actually went down to €648million, from €656million last summer, in La Liga’s most recent salary limit calculations after the January transfer window.

Their next calculation will come at the end of the season, and Barca are already braced for an even bigger drop, with club sources estimating they will be allowed to spend between €450million and €500million on wages. This is why Tebas has been repeating his message that Barcelona need to lower their expenditure on wages by about €200million.

“Leo and his family know the affection we have for them, that I have for them in this case,” he said.

“I took part in the negotiations that, unfortunately, didn’t lead to a certain result. I’ve always had this thorn in my side that Leo couldn’t continue at our club. I think beautiful stories in life have to end well.”

Compared to Paris, Barcelona holds a special place in his heart, and must surely be an attractive option, both from a personal level, and from a footballing one too.

But this is going to be a long game for everyone, not least for Barca’s accountants. We are just getting started.

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