Barcelona BANNED from registering new transfers, including Lewandowski, for LaLiga matches until they cut financial spending

BARCELONA is FORBIDDEN from registering any of their new acquisitions until they cut their expenses.

The debt-ridden Spaniards have been splashing the money on transfers this summer.

Barcelona cannot register any of their new signings for LaLiga matches

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Barcelona cannot register any of their new signings for LaLiga matchesCredit: Getty
President Joan Laporta must cut spending to register players

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President Joan Laporta must cut spending to register playersCredit: The Mega Agency
Barcelona spent £150m on players this summer

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Barcelona spent £150m on players this summerCredit: Getty

Barca have collectively spent £150m on Robert Lewandowski, Jules Koude and Raphinha.

Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessie have also been signed on a free transfer, while Marcos Alonso is reportedly on the cusp of a move from Chelsea.

But the club is prohibited from registering new signings until they reduce their financial expenses, the Mirror said.

Ousmane Dembele and Sergi Roberto also cannot be registered because their contracts expired and were subsequently extended.

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President Joan Laporta has tried to free up money by selling 25 percent of Barcelona’s TV rights.

The club then lashed out at 25 percent of Barca Studio, which handles Barcelona’s digital output.

All in all, Barca would have raised around £650 million by selling assets.

Still, the crippling debt at Camp Nou means signing up their new players is still not enough.

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However, Laporta has vowed to continue to cut spending so his new players can sign up.

He confirmed during Lewandowski’s official presentation on Friday: “We have worked to enroll them all. We have worked hard and productively to meet the requirements.

“And if it is necessary to carry out further operations, we will do that. We will wait and see. It is a decision for La Liga to make.”

“We have met the requirements. We are confident that we can register them.”

Sale is now necessary if Laporta wants to register its new acquisitions.

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Frenkie de Jong remains strongly tipped to leave, with Manchester United and Chelsea both fond of the Dutchman.

Memphis Depay, Samuel Umtiti, Miralem Pjanic and Martin Braithwaite are also free to leave.

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