WASHINGTON: Bayern Munich supervisor Julian Nagelsmann appeared baffled at Barcelona’s potential to purchase gamers regardless of the precarious monetary circumstances of the membership after the Spanish membership confirmed the signing of Bayern star Robert Lewandowski on Tuesday.
Speaking to a pre-match press convention forward of his staff’s pre-season match towards DC United, Bayern’s supervisor claimed that Barcelona was the one membership on the planet with no cash however nonetheless managed to signal massive names.
“It is the only club in the world that have no money, but then buys all the players they want. I don’t know how they do it. It’s a bit strange, a bit crazy.” he stated.
Nagelsman’s frustration over Barcelona got here after Polish ahead Lewandowski determined to half methods with the German membership after eight profitable years at Bayern.
The 33-year-old transferred from Bayern to Barcelona for $46.1 million plus a further $5.12 million, signing a four-year take care of a buyout clause of $512.47 million.
However, the monetary crunch pressured Barcelona to let go of a lot of its most precious belongings final 12 months together with, the previous captain and all-time main objective scorer within the membership’s historical past, Lionel Messi.
The membership’s president, Joan Laporta, disclosed final 12 months that the Spanish large owed greater than $1.5 billion in debt and had a adverse web value of $515 million.