Ferran Torres Barcelona

Manchester City’s Spanish forward Ferran Torres has reached an agreement with Barcelona. The Catalan club is signing him for 55 million euros

He will return to join Barcelona in January instead of the winter team. Torres has not been seen in a Manchester jersey since last September. He is out due to an injury.

In the last few years, Ferran Torres has spread a lot of light. He has scored 6 goals in 15 matches for Spain this year and has scored 12 goals in 22 matches. Torres has also taken a look at this year’s Euro Championship. He has scored 18 goals in 43 appearances for Manchester City. For all these reasons, Barca is probably interested in him.

Even if Torres is included in the team, Barca is under debt. In mid-August, Barcelona said it had a debt of 1.35 billion euros. At a press conference, the president of the club Juan Laporta said that the debt of Barcelona is 1.35 billion Euros.

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All the responsibility for this is the Bartemeu Committee. The Laporta Committee argues that Barthelemy took out the loan while he was president of Barca. Because he resigned at the last moment of last year. If Laporta had been elected president for the second time last March, it would not have been a mountainous situation.

“When we took charge of the club, we were asked to borrow at least 60 million euros,” said Laporta. “Goldman Sachs eventually approved the loan. The reason for this was that there was no money in the Barca fund at that time to pay the players and officials. We did not create this situation. It was already made”

He added, “The previous committee had announced a reduction in the players’ salaries. But we see the responsibility is fake. Lies were told. We see that in addition to wages, bonuses and millions of euros have to be poured into various sectors. Who had no control? Uncontrolled spending was just happening. 103 percent of Barca’s income goes to the payment of salaries to players and officials. Our rivals are 20 to 25 percent more than all the other clubs.”

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