Javier Tebas is clear about the outlook ahead of the League. And it’s one where you have to tighten your belt. The employers are trying to reduce the negative effects of the crisis caused by the coronavirus with the dispute of what remains of the competition, even if it is behind closed doors and with a compressed schedule, but the economic losses are already inevitable. For this reason, the leader opts for a policy of containment in spending. “The clubs are going to have to reduce the salaries of their players; there will be no other choice,” Tebas explained at a conference of the Ibero-American Institute of Sports Law.
For the president of the League, “the clubs already have squads that would exceed the salary limit set for next season and are going to have to look more towards grassroots and youth academy because transfers that exceed the economic amount, it is impossible “. And he added: “I don’t think there will be many signings next season. But neither in Spain nor anywhere. The situation is not there for that type of operations.”