IT FOLLOWS SURPASSING MADRID
Barça reduces its salary cap by 15 million, but continues to lead in LaLiga
Published:14/02/2020 - 10:12h
Updated:14/02/2020 - 10:12h
LaLiga Has done official the limits salariales of the 20 teams of First Division and of the 22 of Second. The FC Barcelona is the team that more money can allocate to pay the index cards of his footballers respecting the rule
LaLiga Has done official this week the limits salariales that will have the teams of First and Second Division. Of all they, the FC Barcelona will be the one who more margin have with a tope salarial of something more than 656 million euros, 15 'kilos' more than the Real Madrid, that has the limit fixed in 641 millions and can not spend as much as the culés in his mass salarial.
Nevertheless, the FC Barcelona has experienced a very significant reduction in his tope salarial that, remember, includes the cost in players, first trainer, second trainer and preparador physical of the first team. The limit of the Catalan club has menguado in 15 million euros in relation to the start of season, when the figure was marked in 671 'kilos'.
Barça and Madrid are widely the two teams with greater limit salarial, having a big jump between them and the third, the Athletic of Madrid, that limits in 348 million euros, a slightly upper quantity to the half that the one of whites and Barcelona. After the rojiblancos, appear the Seville (185 millions), Valencia (177) and Villarreal (113).
The differences of all these teams do more mean with regard to which less can allocate to wages. Those that have a tope lower are the recently risen Granada (37 million euros), the Real Valladolid (34), in last place, the also recently risen RCD Mallorca (33). The RCD Espanyol is the team that more has increased his limit, with a rise of 17 millions, fixing the limit in 86.
How it establishes the limit salarial?
It is necessary to take into account that, to establish the limit salarial of the teams, take into account the income of each club derived of his economic processes (television rights, sale of entrances, abonos...), the cost of structure of club (cost of sportive staff including players and trainers) and the payment of debts in entities that are not saneadas to economic level.
We remember that LaLiga describes that they take into account "the fixed wages and variables, social security, collective premiums, costs of acquisition (included commissions for agents) and amortizaciones (amount of purchase of the players imputed annually in function of the number of years of agreement of the player)".