- The Barcelona club wants to close this agreement with the venture capital fund for 10% of the audiovisual rights for the next 50 years, an agreement that would allow 70 million euros to be allocated to increase the salary mass of the squad
FC Barcelona is finalizing the details of the agreement with CVC, a pact through which the Barcelona club expects to enter some 300 million euros for 10% of the audiovisual rights that would go to meet the planned budget for this season and also to close the signing of Erling Haaland, the great objective of the Catalans for next season.
This is what ‘Expansión’ reported this Wednesday, detailing that the deal could be closed imminently and would be for the next 50 years. Barcelona would collect 10% of the expected income from the broadcasts of its matches in advance, although the club trusts that they could for less years. According to the aforementioned information, Barcelona would have the idea of dedicating 70 million euros to raise the salary mass of the squad and thus be able to get new additions to make a leap in quality with a view to the following campaign.
‘Expansión’ also points out that at Barcelona they consider that this agreement with CVC does not come into conflict with the one the Barcelona club already has with Goldman Sachs, which has already loaned 500 million, nor with the Superliga project.
The agreement between Barcelona and the CVC venture capital fund would come after the Court of First Instance of Madrid denied the request for precautionary measures presented by the Barcelona club, Athletic Club and Real Madrid to preventively suspend the agreement that LaLiga already has with CVC, known as LaLiga Impulso.