FC Barcelona's 2020/21 budget looks set to crumble as Covid-19 takes its toll
25 January 2021
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.
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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