Spanish football club Barcelona, which is experiencing financial difficulties, wants to sell another part of its TV broadcasting rights, according to a press report in Spain.
Spanish sports newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, wrote that the Catalan club hopes to get around 400 million euros from this new move, of which around 200 million euros will be spent on strengthening the squad’s lines and strengthening the attacking line. Polish international Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich player.
The newspaper indicated that Barcelona wanted to sell another 15% of TV broadcasting rights, a move the club is implementing before the soccer team’s trip to the United States, where it will play two weeks of test matches. New pre-season matches, including a match against arch-rivals Real Madrid.
Barcelona sold 10% of the TV rights for the next 25 years at the end of June to investment company “Sixth Street” for 207.5 million euros. Barcelona said the move could generate a total of 267 million euros in profits for the current season.
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