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Getting out of the coronavirus crisis will be different for each team and each one will have different deadlines. There will be many factors that come into play for this, but the focus will undoubtedly be on the greats of Europe. It will be difficult for them to return to the point where they were and in Spain that duel will star Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Economically, given the measures that were taken a few weeks ago, it is clear that Madrid had a mattress that Barça did not have. But, in sports, you can also enter into a valuation of those who face their future with greater certainty around their project. Signing will be more difficult in the short term and factors such as the quarry, transfers and potential sales take on more value.
The Factory vs. The farmhouse
Starting with the quarry, in recent years it has been seen as Factory has been turning the omelette around The farmhouse. The hope culé is called Ansu Fati, but the rumors that place him in Dortmund as a replacement for Jadon Sancho are getting stronger. Too Riqui Puig He was stomping, but his impact has been slowed down in the first team with hardly any opportunities.
In Madrid there are jewels waiting for their chance after the coronavirus. Blackbirds who aspire to repeat the path of Fede Valverde or others who aim to come back as Achraf Hakimi or Martin Odegaard. Álvaro Fidalgo, Cesar Gelabert, Fran Garcia or Franchu they now see an opportunity for the next seasons more feasible. They can be joined by all the youth from the first team (Vinicius, Rodrygo Or until Reinier), that when they are signed they already generate a mattress for the future for what may happen.
The white and culés
As for the loan, Madrid seems to be using some of them to strengthen their team for next year. The aforementioned Odegaard and Achraf have all the ballots, but there are a dozen more young soccer players who aspire to return. Ceballos, Reguilon, Kubo, Lunin, Óscar Rodríguez, Odriozola, Vallejo… All of them and a few others make up the list of white loans that can be used to complete the template or withdraw money on the market.
The culé payroll is much smaller. In it stands out Philippe Coutinho, who is urgently looking for a sale since Barça needs to enter 70 million in June at the latest to balance the accounts. In addition to the Brazilian they are Emerson, Aleñá, Cucurella, Rafinha, Todibo, Wague, Miranda and Oriol Busquets. Neither aims to stay and they will not represent a good injection of capital if they are sold.
For Madrid it will be easier to get money to be able to sign without having to sell their stars. In the case of Barça, beyond Coutinho, he will have to think about playing important pieces of his current squad if he wants to reinforce himself with big names like Lautaro. The culé puzzle seems more complicated than that of Madrid, which has more than enough to sell (whether they are current loan officers or players like Bale and James) and launch for signings such as Haaland or Camavinga.