The signing of Marcos Alonso by Barça, pending the fair play that marks LaLiga

Mark Alonso It has to be the next signing of the FC Barcelona, but the officiality of his incorporation is waiting for a contact between the Barça club and LaLiga to assess how the financial ‘fair play’ is and at what point is the wage bill of the culé entity. The Barca He has everything agreed with the international side and agreed with the Chelsea, but you need to know how much margin you have in order to make the final move.

In this sense, the Barca is prioritizing the registration of new players already introduced. With Mark Alonso everything is closed and the Spanish international player has Chelsea’s OK to leave since last Saturday, as confirmed Thomas Tuchel, manager of the English team, once the first match of the Premier League against Everton was over. Moreover, the 31-year-old footballer from Madrid and the coach talked before the match and agreed that before his imminent departure, frames will be left out of the call.

It should be remembered that last Wednesday, Fali Ramadanagent of Alonsowas already in a meeting at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper with the Barça sports leadership to lay the foundations for the agreement on the future of the international footballer with the Spanish team.

Mark Alonsowho has one year left on his contract with the British team, has put a lot of pressure on the Chelsea to dress as a Barça player because his priority was to return to Spain to be close to his family. Only one last hurdle is missing, no less important. That Barça has enough financial ‘fair play’ to be able to register it. At the club they are clear that their homework has been done, but it will be LaLiga who must give the definitive OK. They do not want to announce it if later the League does not allow them to add it to the list of players to start the championship.

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