Laporta

Laporte believes Messi is worth his money

Joan Laporta, who is seen as a favorite for the win in FC Barcelona’s upcoming presidential elections, has taken it on Monday for Lionel Messi. There has been a lot of commotion about the star player now that his sky-high salary has been leaked to the Spanish media. The newspaper El Mundo Deportivo revealed on Sunday that Messi will earn more than 555 million euros in salary over four years with his current contract and that the commitment plays a major role in FC Barcelona’s debts. Something which he hasn’t spent all on goldenrivieracasino.

Laporte does research

Earlier this week, Marca published that the club is 1.1 billion euros in the negative, of which 730 million euros must be paid in the short term. “He may have a decent salary, but his presence is more profitable for the club than it costs. We have researched this before,” said Laporta, who was the president of Barcelona between 2003 and 2010.
“Figures show that what we have done is financially responsible. A third of the income we generate is due to him. He is not only important in an economic sense, however, but also sporty and emotional. His value to Barcelona is unknown.”

El Mundo Deportivo

The now 33-year-old Messi, according to El Mundo Deportivo, is collecting an annual salary of 138 million euros, plus 77 million euros in bonuses and 115 million euros in signing money. Barcelona has since announced legal action against the newspaper. Laporta competes with Victor Font and Toni Freixa for the presidency at Barcelona. The elections are on March 7 and for the time being Laporta, who sees it in manager Ronald Koeman will be the , seems to have the best papers according to www.newzealandcasinos.io. Ronald Koeman would be very happy if Laporte wins this election. They will secure his job for the near future. It’s going to be an exciting time for the Dutch manager. Who seems to turned things around at Barcelona.

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