Barcelona is yet to register some of their players ahead of their La Liga opener against Rayo Vallecano with just less than 48 hours to the kick-off of the new season.

Barcelona is yet to register any of their six signings including Ousmane Dembele and Sergi Roberto who recently signed a new deal with the Camp Nou outfit.

Barcelona is running against time to do so as they don’t have much space in their salary limit to accommodate their new arrivals this summer.

Barcelona is keen on the sale of 24.5% of Barca Studios to GDA Luma for €100 will go a long way to aid their financial stress.

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According to the report in Catalan daily, La Liga has not received any documentation regarding that deal. Players can be registered as late as five minutes before the match, but the league have warned that if they are not given sufficient time to study Barcelona’s documentation, they will not rush registration through.

Barcelona is also hampered by the case of salary deferrals or reductions from long-term serving players such as Gerard Pique and Sergio Busquets, Barcelona released a statement saying that their credit rating had been upgraded to BBB stable from BBB negative, highlighting the ‘many positive actions taken by the new board.’

Barcelona board has met to discuss the possible solution but they are yet to profer an answer to the mess the club found itself from the previous administration and the clock is ticking down so fast ahead of the commencement of the new season.

This is a great hurdle for Laporta to scale, once he can get his new signings registered all will be under control but if the reverse is the case his image could be at stake as the consequence.


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