La Liga president Javier Tebas opens up on salary reductions of football clubs amid Covid-19
The compensation cap for Spanish class clubs has been decreased by more than $700 million as a result of the Covid pandemic, La Liga president Javier Tebas uncovered in a virtual public interview prior this week. Tebas added that FC Barcelona and Valencia CF are required to endure the greatest shot, making a compensation decreases of around 40% this season, while Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are relied upon to make 27 percent of acclimations to their season. In light of an inquiry gave by the Hindustan Times, Tebas likewise concurred that the vulnerability over the compensation covers may stay as long as the infection keeps going. The La Liga president, however, added that the circumstance with the pandemic is improving and there are any expectations of an antibody coming out soon.
"Truly, obviously we as a whole are worried about the pandemic influencing the economy of the entire nation and football isn't excluded from this. Albeit, fortunately we are an industry which can have various types of exercises. With the coordination to the higher games board and the service of wellbeing we have had the option to do this," Tebas said.
"In any case, we are clearly worried about the compensation covers yet I accept these worries ought to be lessened as we would now be able to see the promising culmination of current circumstances. In another 2-4 months we should consider antibodies to be organizations are producing a great many immunizations," he said.
"We are seeing the following season fundamentally the same as 19-20 season, with perhaps not all that numerous individuals setting off to the arenas however in any event to the extent on the facade of fulfilling supports and other monetary viewpoints," he added.
Another extra expense for the football classes across Europe has been over the new safety efforts and testing unit. The La Liga players keep on getting tried consistently - while the arenas are likewise needed to guarantee that nobody goes all through the air pocket. In July, when the last period of La Liga had restarted - a player had entered the arena to warmly greet Lionel Messi-and in the midst of a pandemic - such occurrences represent a bigger danger.
On being gotten some information about the security use, another inquiry presented by the Hindustan Times, Tebas said that the class is guaranteeing all the measures to guarantee the most ideal security for players and groups, however, he added that it has not influenced the accounting reports excessively.
"Truly, we have put resources into all these safety efforts yet they are not sums that altogether influence the monetary record, financial records of LaLiga or its clubs. It has been important to purchase tests, change frameworks, exhortation, work force, and so forth," Tebas said.
"Yet, this is likewise a significant part of mindfulness raising, difficult work to draw up a convention for getting back to preparing, mindfulness raising for all club staff, and so forth," he added.
"Furthermore, on account of this financial speculation, crafted by LaLiga and its clubs, the responsibility, and exertion of everybody, proficient football has returned at such a fragile time," Tebas closed.