Yesterday, Xavi, a midfielder for Barcelona’s first team, was injured while playing for Spain against Georgia.
The player’s injury was initially diagnosed as a torn cruciate ligament, ending the young player’s season with the Catalan club.
Economic rule allows Barcelona to replace Xavi
According to the Spanish newspaper Marca, economic control allows an injured player to be replaced for an extended period, which can be up to four months or more, in exchange for 80% of the injured player’s salary.
The report added: Xavi’s injury poses a serious problem for Xavi Hernandez, Barcelona’s first team coach, who will lose one of his players before the end of the season and will have to look for a replacement.
The report goes on to say: “There is an economic control rule that could help the Catalan club find an alternative to Xavi, as it talks about players who will be away from the field for a long time, and this is the same thing that happened with Xavi.” where a new player will be allowed to register without the cost of additional registration facilities, provided that the club is the most dangerous league of the Spanish Football League within 30 days of the injury.
The report goes on to say: The laws set the fee for registering another player, which is 2% of the team’s spending limit or 80% of the cost of the injured player. The second option is currently being considered, which is 80% of the cost of the injured player. the value of the injured player, and the Catalan club can sign the player in exchange for this number.
The report concludes that if a player receives 8 million euros, then in November he should have 4.8 million euros left, so the club has the right to conclude a contract with the player for a certain amount only until the end of the season. without the need for financial fair play laws, but he will resort to this issue if he signs a contract for longer than the end of the season.
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