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A new sunset, a new drama in Barcelona. This time surrounding the administration and their finances.
Last year, Joan Laporta, freshly appointed president of Barcelona, conducted a financial audit which revealed that the club had lost €487 million in the 2020/21 season as a result of COVID.
Further, he also claimed that only €90 million of this was directly a result of Coronavirus.
La Liga, at the time, did not believe Laporta’s claim, and decided to conduct an audit of their own. That is because all clubs in La Liga lost a grand total of around €824 million, and Javier Tebas refused to believe Barça were responsible for nearly 60% of that.
SPORT believe that they have information about La Liga’s audit and that there are two important discrepancies.
Firstly, they report that the second audit revealed that Barcelona’s total amount of losses — which was claimed to be €487 million, is actually less than half of that.
Secondly, La Liga found out that clubs of a similar status to Barcelona lost around €200 million directly due to covid, approximately €110 million less than Laporta’s deduction of €90 million.
If La Liga make their findings official soon, there could be a massive rift between the two parties, who are already on poor terms after how Lionel Messi’s departure was dealt with.

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Steve johnson
08/02/2022 at 01:05
Sport seem to say that the audit carried out by la liga seems to indicate that “the auditors believe that the depreciation of five players in the Barca squad cannot be considered as consolidated losses and that they must be taken into account when said loss occurs. In fact, Barca’s own auditing company, the multinational EY, already warned in its report that these losses were subject to “significant judgment by the board.” And that the la liga audit “believes that the provisions for legal disputes and discrepancies in criteria with the Treasury do not fully correspond to reality, especially considering that FC Barcelona had won a lawsuit against Neymar in First Instance.”
Which seems to indicate one way or another that the la liga audit seems to believe that Barcas own audit has exaggerated the losses of the 20/21 season and that the losses were quite less!
Problem is why would Barca’s new board, Laporta and EY do the above? Why would increasing losses in the year 20/21 due to covid be beneficial? Very very weird!

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