Barcelona Vice President: We will not fight for Haaland

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Barcelona Vice President: We will not fight for Haaland

When summer comes and the release clause of only 75,000,000 euros is activated, Erling Haaland will certainly have a mountain of offers, but there will not be one "suitor" among them - Barcelona. The vice-president of the Spanish giant, Rafael Yuste, said in an interview with Mundo Deportivo that the club cannot do anything about bringing some players, not to think about realizing the transfer of the Norwegian goal scorer, who will be the most wanted player in the European football sky in June.

Yuste said that Barça simply does not have the money to buy Haaland. "We will see what will happen by the summer and what kind of reinforcements we will be able to count on." "We have to fix our house first, which we found in the ruins when we arrived.

"When we adjust our" household ", then we will see what we can do, not ignoring the fact that we have always wanted Haaland because he is one of the best players in the world," said Yuste. Asked directly whether it was possible for Barça to satisfy the appetites of Dortmund, Haaland and his manager Raiola, Yuste said: "Not.

The president of the club and the entire Board of Directors stated that a complete catastrophe had been committed in the previous period." "Footballers were bought without any awareness of whether the club would be able to pay them tomorrow, and Barcelona's debt only increased.

With the huge salaries that were awarded. "

Better days

Yuste believes that better days are coming for Barça because the first team players who were out of the team due to injuries will soon return to the field.

"Kun Aguero is slowly returning to training, Ansu should start working soon, while Dembele is also close to returning, but he must be careful with footballers who have spent a long time recovering," said Rafael Yuste, Barcelona's vice president.

Obviously, Barcelona is in a difficult situation and it will take a long time to return to the old ways. It is obvious that the previous administration created big problems, the consequences of which will be felt in the next few years.

The question is when Barca will recover from this financial debacle and whether it will ever be the same, but given the size of the club and the names that have gone through this club, it is expected that they should have no problems recovering. But until then, Barcelona fans will have to have a lot of patience