Barcelona announces plans to sell Camp Nou chairs, gives reason

Barcelona’s financial troubles show no sign of slowing down, with the club set to sell the Camp Nou chairs to generate additional revenue.

Barcelona’s economic struggles have been well documented over recent months, with reports from Mundo Deportivo suggesting that the club will need to reduce their wage bill by over €200m this summer in order to meet La Liga regulations, according to SportBible reports.

A host of key names – including Sergio Busquets and Gavi – have been linked with a move away from the club as a result of their financial troubles.

The club’s hankering for cash appears to have reached a new low this week though, with the club ‘considering selling chairs of the Camp Nou’ to help generate additional income as per Achraf Ben Ayad.

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Barcelona is expected to experience additional financial loss during the upcoming season, as the team will play its home matches at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys while the Camp Nou undergoes a much-needed renovation.

Due to the limited capacity of the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, which holds 55,962 people, 44,000 less than the Camp Nou, Barcelona will face further financial loss.

To offset some of the loss, the club is rumored to be contemplating the sale of seats from its iconic stadium, which has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957.

The cost of the seats is not yet known, but considering the club charged fans €300 each for a 60-minute pitch experience last summer, it is expected to be pricey.

Despite the financial difficulties, Barcelona has seen recent success on the field, leading La Liga by eight points over Real Madrid. The team will face Manchester United under coach Eric ten Haag in the Europa League later this week.

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