Some press reports close to the Barcelona administration have mentioned the existence of a new sponsorship deal that will allow the Spanish club to receive €57m.
The contract of the Catalan club with the Turkish company “Beko” ended after Lionel Messi moved to the ranks of the French “Paris Saint-Germain”.
And the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported that the administration of the Blaugrana will receive approximately 57 million euros after signing a contract with the Dutch company Philips as the team’s new sponsor.
Sponsorship deal brings Messi closer to Barcelona
The Catalan club is again seeking the return of Lionel Messi to the ranks of the team, and the obstacle to his return is the salary cap set by La Liga. The new contract that Barcelona officials managed to conclude with the Dutch multinational is considered a lifeline for the Spanish team in light of their urgent wishes for the arrival of Messi, who was recently crowned with his country’s World Cup for the team’s ranks.
The Blue Garnet administration is looking for multiple ways to pave the way for him to join the services of Lionel Messi during the upcoming summer transfer period.