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Such are the salary limits of Second Division clubs

Gabby Barker

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Once the winter market has passed, the teams have readjusted their salary limit (The maximum amount that each Second Division team can invest to cover spending on players, first and second coach, physical trainer, quarry and other sections (non-registrable template) and LaLiga has made public the new barémos in which they move. Girona, as happened in September, remains the most in the silver category of Spanish football.

The Catalan team has a salary ceiling of 29.27 million euros, the same amount as months ago. Those who have varied their cap are the second and third in this relationship. Its about Rayo Vallecano (passes from 19.06 to 21.06) and Almeria (from 18.12 to 18.87). El Huesca, with € 17.04M, since it does not change, it remains as a third party. This indicates that three of the first four are the descendants of the First Division last season. That is, they have a bigger budget (thanks also to the solidarity fund of audiovisual rights for clubs that lose category) and can do more in front of higher payrolls.

Second salary caps

February 2020
Girona29,278
Lightning21,061
Almeria18,871
Huesca17,044
Sports13,414
Las Palmas12,444
Sporting11,314
Tenerife10,262
Malaga9,905
Cádiz9,735
Albacete9,372
Oviedo8,809
Saragossa8,183
Estremadura6,176
Alcorcón6,161
Lugo6,155
Racing5,827
Elche5,624
Numancia5,286
Mirandés5,084
Fuenlabrada4,447
Ponferradina4,234
* The amounts are expressed in thousands of euros.

Those who close the list of teams with a lower salary cap are precisely the promoted teams of Second B. Therefore, Mirandés (€ 5.08M), Fuenlabrada (4.45) and Ponferradina (4.23) are the ones with the least margin moving in this parameter. Although, yes, they have risen compared to what they had marked in the month of September.

Gabby is someone who is interested in all types of sports, she loves to attend watching matches live. Whenever there is a match being played in her city, she makes sure to get the tickets in advance. Due to the love for sports, she joined Sportsfinding, and started writing general sports news. Apart from writing the news, she is also the editor for the website who checks and edits every news content before they go live.

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