Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann raises questions. It arrived at Barcelona after the Spanish giants confirmed the signing of Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has hit out at Barcelona. After confirming Robert Lewandowski’s transfer to the giants. Major of Spain, the 33-year-old striker was confirmed. As a player of the Bundesliga army on Tuesday evening July 19 2022 previously believed. It was impossible for Barcelona. The deal could be closed for the Polish striker on the news that the club say it is in excess of £1bn in debt.
However, recently it appears that Barcelona can get the player they want. and hence Nagelsmann then asked the question: How are the Spanish clubs still able to do business in the football market given their current financial conditions? “It’s the only club in the world without money. But later they were able to buy all the players they wanted. I don’t know how they do it. It’s a little weird A bit crazy,” he said when asked about the transfer.
Barcelona’s financial condition reached such a height earlier this summer that they were unable to register two players Franck Kessie and Andres Christensen, who joined from AC. Milan and Chelsea, free of charge, respectively. The club is currently governed by La Liga regulations, which stipulate that clubs can spend only £1 million for every £4 million player sold.
It is said Barcelona will need to eliminate players this summer before bringing in anyone. The doubts have fueled ongoing rumours about the futures of Frankie de Jong and Ousmane Dembele , the latter of whom have not signed a new contract with De Jong, which has long attracted interest. from Manchester United, with the UFABET club having made several offers for the player until recently the deal was halted after De Jong was keen to stay at Barcelona.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich, despite losing a striker, have acquired defender Mattijs de Ligt for £68m from Italian giants Juventus. The Dutch defender joins the German giants on a five-year contract until 2027, so-called.