UEFA hails Real Madrid, the €841 million lesson Florentino gave to FC Barcelona

The European organism hailed the Whites as an example to follow

By Mario Perez

Florentino Pérez gave an economic massive lesson to the president of FC Barcelona.
Florentino Pérez gave an economic massive lesson to the president of FC Barcelona.
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Real Madrid’s present couldn’t be better, as the team is currently a solid leader in La Liga tournament after beating Girona 4-0 in Santiago Bernabeu, and started their participation in the Round of 16 of the Champions League with a great 0-1 win against RB Leipzig with a sensational goal by Brahim Diaz.

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However, the good news for the Whites wouldn’t be only on the pitch, as the Madrilean team is highly considered in European and Global football with sensational finances, which could be admired even by their eternal rival, FC Barcelona.

In the last few years, the weak finances of the Culers have been one of the subjects of controversy in the Spanish league, while Real Madrid would already have been congratulated even by the UEFA, an organism that in the last few hours revealed how the Whites have developed a sensational financial balance in these years.

The great sporting performance of Real Madrid would have had a huge economic impact on the club, whose president Florentino Perez would have given a massive lesson of economy and good decisions to his homologue in FC Barcelona, the Catalan businessman Joan Laporta.

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UEFA confirms the great data of Real Madrid

According to the data given by UEFA, Real Madrid, following his reachement of the semifinals of the Champions League and the conquest of the Copa del Rey, would have achieved the most income in the 2022-2023 season, with an amount reaching €841 million. The Whites improved the finances of Manchester City, worth 320 million, the 529 million earned by PSG or Barça’s 505 million, which would be really far from the wealth of the 14 times Champion of Europe.

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