Barcelona have revitalised their summer in the last week, signing Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha and renewing Ousmane Dembele.
The squad is starting to take shape and the fans are getting more and more excited about the new acquisitions.
However, there is still a problem as the club cannot yet register new players.
None of the above three, nor Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen or the renewed Sergi Roberto can be registered.
The club is aware of this and plans to register everyone in time, which includes the possibility of activating the third economic lever of the summer.
First, the second lever must be completed, which could happen in the coming days, allowing players to sign money and much more space in the salary cap. This is because the money from these asset sales is counted as income.
Barcelona will also look to sell players and several are close: Frenkie de Jong, Memphis, Martin Braithwaite, Neto, Oscar Mingueza and more.
Their departures would leave room in the wage bill and give more money for transfers. Obviously, some would free up more space than others.
De Jong would be the most profitable, so there is a lot of interest in the club to accept the offer they have from Manchester United.
Barcelona’s third economic lever
Barcelona will try to wait as they hope that even better offers will come, but it is clear that they will do what it takes to register all the players they have already acquired and try to raise more funds. transfers.