It was reported the day before that FC Barcelona had not yet signed their new players due to some kind of economic difficulties; nonetheless, the club was able to register several players today by selling off some part of Barca studio.
It was claimed that FC Barcelona sold 24.5 percent of Barca studio to Orpheus media for the price of €100 million, and it was stated that the move was part of Barcelona's strategy to register new players.
It has been claimed that players whose contracts have been extended have also been registered with the club. In the meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano said that the club has registered all new signings today with the exception of Jules Kounde.
However, Jules Kounde has not yet been registered, and reports from Fabrizio Romano have shown that FC Barcelona has to accomplish one thing in order for the player to be registered.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the club has to make additional payroll space available before Jules Kounde can be officially registered.
They will be able to make room for Jules Kounde to be registered if they proceed in this manner.
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