La Liga president Javier Tebas has been coming down hard on Barcelona over the Financial Fair Play regulations.
The head of the Spanish top flight has time and again issued warnings to the Catalan giants about them needing to reduce their wage bill by a massive amount before the summer.
Tebas has also been vocal against the registration of Gavi as a first-team member and La Liga are set to challenge the same in the court.
Now, the 60-year-old has once again made a bleak prediction about Barcelona’s summer, stating that La Liga will not allow them to sign any players in the upcoming window just like they did in January unless the financial situation changes.
Issuing a stern warning to the La Liga leaders about their prospects for the summer, Tebas said (h/t Radio Estadio):
“Barça haven’t been able to sign players during the winter transfer window… We didn’t let them. Next summer will be the same, they will not be able to sign players!”
As iterated earlier, this is not the first time Tebas and La Liga have come down hard on Barcelona.
The La Liga supremo’s actions have led to a very frosty relationship between him and Barcelona president Joan Laporta, with both at loggerheads over several issues including FFP and the European Super League.
It will certainly be interesting to see if there is any response from Barcelona to the latest comments made by Tebas threatening to block the club from signing players in the upcoming transfer window.