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Barcelona has sold some of its television rights for more than € 200 million to support its finances, the club said Thursday.
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FC Barcelona Club President Joan Laporta announced on August 6, 2021 in Barcelona, Spain. It will be suspended at the press conference held. Members of Barcelona, Spain are late Thursday, hoping to instantly inject € 600 million ($ 631 million) into debt-rich Spanish clubs, future from television rights and goods and licenses Approved a plan to sell a portion of the income. (AP Photo / Joan Monfort, File)
The Catalan club is funded by investment company Sixth Street for € 207.5 million (215 million). Announced to invest). 10% of the club's Spanish League TV rights over the next 25 years.
Barcelona called this agreement "a major step forward in improving the club's financial resources and competitiveness."
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The club will have a total capital of267 million in Barcelona due to this deal. Euro ($ 277 million)this season, which said it could generate gains.
"We are implementing a patient, sustainable and efficient strategy to revitalize our financial resources and strengthen our club's financial base," said club president Joan Laporta. Laporta says. "Sixth Street is a proven football supporter, experienced investor across global sports and media, providing important knowledge and resources while allowing us to manage our business independently. I'm a partner. "
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