Barça goes from -144 million euros to 656 of salary limit

LaLiga made public this Friday the Staff Cost Limit (LCPD) or salary limit of each First and Second Division team

LaLiga made public this Friday the Staff Cost Limit (LCPD) or salary limit of each First and Second Division team, a balance in which it stands out that Barcelona, ​​after the activation of the ‘levers’, has gone from having in March a negative limit of 144.353 million euros to a positive balance of 656.429 million, which has allowed him to face the signings and registrations made during the recent summer market.

Real Madrid continues to lead this table with 683.482 million, while Atlético de Madrid is in third place with 341.040 million, 59 million euros more than in the previous LaLiga estimate.

For its part, the club with the lowest Squad Cost Limit in LaLiga Santander is Elche with 42.672 million euros, surpassed by very little (42.724) by Girona.

The LCDP is the total amount that each club can spend on its squad, including both the ‘registrable’ and the ‘non-registrable’.

The ‘registrable’ includes spending on players, head coach, assistant coach and physical trainer of the first team; while the ‘non-registrable’ groups the expenditure in affiliates, academy and other sections, as stated by LaLiga in Article 38 of the Budget Preparation Regulations.

In addition, in the overall amount of the First Division there has been an increase of 34% compared to the measurement of the month of September 2021, exceeding three billion euros -3,052,069-.

This is not the case in LaLiga Smart Bank, where the evaluation decreases by 14%, standing at 210,866 compared to the same date of the previous season.

Within the competition, Granada distances itself as the club with the highest salary limit after reaching 29.126 million euros, behind Leganés with 19.522 and Eibar in third place with 13.21. Lugo is at the bottom of the table with only 4.277 million.

In addition, in its report, LaLiga chaired by Javier Tebas points out that economic activity has increased compared to the last two seasons, marked by the coronavirus pandemic, although this is still lower than the last market prior to Covid-19.

-Salary limit of First Division teams (in millions of euros):

Athletic Club – 127,120

FC Barcelona – 656,429

RCD Espanyol – 72,737

Real Madrid – 683,462

Atletico Madrid – 341,040

Seville F.C. – 199,855

Real Betis – 96,725

Royal Society – 134,199

Cadiz FC – 45,977

RCD Majorca – 49,692

Valencia CF – 75,835

AC Osasuna – 52,134

Elche F.C. – 42,672

Villarreal *includes Villarreal B, belonging to the Second Division* – 151,206

RC Celta – 63,855

Vallecano Ray – 49,903

Real Valladolid CF – 46,686

Girona FC – 42,724

Getafe F.C. – 69,070

UD Almeria – 50,749

TOTAL: 3,052,069

-Salary limit of Second Division teams (in millions of euros):

Real Sporting Gijon – 8,564

Raise UD – 11,948

Real Racing Club Santander – 8,505

Deportivo Alaves – 9,811

SD Ponferradina – 6,181

CD Tenerife – 10,056

Real Oviedo – 9,757

CD Mirandes – 6,174

CD Leganes – 19,552

Grenada CF – 29,126

Real Saragossa – 10,124

SD Eibar – 13,208

Albacete Football – 5,749

FC Andorra – 6,529

UD Las Palmas – 11,522

CD Lugo – 4,277

SD Huesca – 8,102

Burgos CF – 6,313

Malaga – 11,500

FC Cartagena – 6,416

Villarreal B – Integrated into Villarreal CF

UD Ibiza – 7,482

TOTAL: 210,866.

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