FC Barcelona's 2020/21 budget looks set to crumble as Covid-19 takes its toll

25 January 2021

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Photo: PA Images The club have budgeted with revenue of €828 million for the current season, according to their financial report, but that includes the expectation of some matchday income.

The club have budgeted with revenue of €828 million for the current season, according to their financial report, but that includes the expectation of some matchday income.

A €127 million reduction in salaries will drive a decrease in expenses, but the Spanish club look unlikely to make a profit unless further cost-saving measures are implemented.

Debtors are reportedly knocking on the door with Barcelona unable to meet some immediate obligations.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

FC Barcelona have finally released their full financial report for the 2019/20 season on the back of a string of massive losses for some of Europe's major clubs.

AS Roma lost €204 million, FC Porto €116.2 million, Juventus €89.7 million, and AC Milan €194.6 million, a testament to the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the world of football.

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