Before getting in, allow to exit. That saying is the most used during this market in the technical secretaries of all teams. The crisis caused by the coronavirus has led teams to go from having an amarrategui style in the field to having it in the transfer market. The economic waste in the purchase of footballers has finished for a while, they must watch until the last euro that is spentn in the absence of income from tickets and tickets.
Thus, Many teams have among their pending tasks the sale or transfer of many of the players they have on their payroll. Without the money they leave in the box or the wage bill they release (LaLiga controls the salary limit of all clubs), They will not be able to sign to reinforce their squad. This exit operation affects various clubs as if it were a domino effect. As soon as one piece moves, the rest will too. Let's take an example with the transfer of Luis Suárez to Atlético. For the rojiblancos to sign the Uruguayan, Morata first had to sign for Juventus. Once that movement is given, Suárez can already reach the Metropolitan and Barcelona could try to sign Lautaro or Depay. Although this chain seemed that it was going to spoil, due to Bartomeu's suspicion of seeing Suárez from rojiblanco scoring goals, it seems that it will be done in full.
The Catalans are the ones with the most pending issues to be resolved in the exit operation. Up to eleven players are looking for a team (see the list below). And that several have already left: Arthur, Vidal, Wagué, Rakitic … Valladolid and Cádiz also have to release several players. The people from Cádiz have up to eight on the starting ramp to have a staff of 25. Some of those have signed this summer because they had been supported since winter, others because last season they did not measure up and others because they return from loan. In addition to those eight, which are the ones that do not count, there could also be departures from others who are part of the squad to bring in more experienced First-class players. A carnival of exits and entrances and the market closes on October 5. Valladolid, for its part, also has a long list. Although Toni, Moyano and Míchel will only come out if they sign a replacement.
As for one of the teams that has moved the most in the market to get footballers, but not to sign, it has been Real Madrid. Although it seemed complicated in an austere market, the whites have managed to fill the box with 110 million euros with the departure of footballers such as Achraf, Reguilón, James and Óscar. Or even release salary mass with the transfer of Bale to Tottenham. But Mayoral and Mariano are still looking for a team. The latter was close to Benfica, but the agreement did not bear fruit. And, in addition, Jovic could go out on loan.
Less than two weeks for the transfer market to close and 67 players still have to be released in LaLiga, plus the unexpected ones …
The Operation Exit from each club
Alaves (5): Saúl, Rafa Navarro, Fuchs, Burgui and Ismael
Athletic (2): Herrerin and Larrazabal
Athletic (4): Arias, Hermoso or Nehué, Lemar or Mollejo and Costa
Barça (11): Luis Suárez, Matheus, Umtiti, Rafinha, Juan Miranda, Pedri, Aleñá, Oriol Busquets, Todibo, Junior and Semedo
Betis (2): Kaptoum and Francis
Cadiz (8): Dani Sotres, David Carmona, Jean Pierre Rhyner, Edu Ramos, David Querol, Jurado, Panadero and Jovanovic
Celtic (2): David Costas and Jorge Sáenz
Elche (1): Claudio Medina
Getafe (1): Chichizola
Pomegranate (4): Álex Martínez, Antoñín, Azeez and Neyder
Huesca (4). Jaime Seoane, Kelechi Nwakali, Joaquín Muñoz and Dani Escriche
I raised (4): Luna, Manzanara, Molina and Cárdenas.
Real Madrid (3): Mariano, Jovic and Mayoral
Real society (1): Sagnan
Seville (5): Aleix Vidal, Roque, Gnagnon, Amadou and Corchia
Valencia (1): Cillessen. If an offer came for Gameiro it would also be sold.
Valladolid (9): Antoñito, Aguado, El Hacen, Chris Ramos, Sekou, Luismi, Moyano, Míchel and Toni Villa
Villarreal (2): Raba and Baena