Betis has been the club that has made the best return on its salary limit

The Real Betis It has been the club that has improved the most in the classification with respect to its salary limit set by LaLiga in the recently completed 2021/22 season, in which the top four positions have been won by the clubs that have been able to spend the most money (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, ​​Sevilla FC y Atlético) and two of the three relegated (Levante y Alaves) have been among those with the lowest salary limit. The Verdiblanco club, with the eleventh salary limit, finished fifth and won the Copa del Rey.

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The Betis The 2021/22 season began with a salary limit of 70 million euros, which fell to 61 after the January market and finished 5th, surpassing clubs with a much higher salary limit in the classification, as is the case with Villarreal 7th (148 million limit), the Real society 6th (111), the Espanyol 14th (79), the Celta 11th (66) or the Getafe 15º (64).

The squad cost limit is the maximum amount that each club can spend during the season and includes spending on players, head coach, assistant coach and first team fitness trainer. It also includes spending on subsidiaries, academy and other sections. The concepts that are included in the cost limit of the registrable and non-registrable sports squad are: fixed and variable salaries, social security, collective premiums, acquisition expenses (including commissions for agents) and amortization (purchase amount of the players allocated annually depending on the number of years of the player’s contract).