Transfer news


12 Jun 2015
In the coming weeks the LFP will settle the salary cap for the clubs competing at Primera and Segunda División. Depor could be starting the season in the same point of last year, though a last report informs that it could be raised to €18 million.

Last season Deportivo had a salary cap of €15.3 million, which was the fifth lowest at Primera, only above Córdoba CF, SD Eibar, Elche CF and UD Almeria. The limit was raised a bit for the winter window, which allowed making the winter singings (also the fact that Depor didn’t use the whole limit during last summer).

Now the expectations of the club are to have a similar budget for the season 2015/16. The LFP is gathering the information and in the coming weeks they will inform the clubs at Primera and Segunda about their limits for the new campaign.

In his latest press conference president Tino Fernández explained the situation, “There’s already a number and we, as it happened last year, are fighting to raise it. As long as we can have more sponsors it will be bigger. If we can get more money then we will have more money to spend. Last year we started with an amount and we increased as we demonstrated all the income.”

On Thursday, a report from newspaper La Opinión A Coruña said that the LFP had already agreed to raise Depor’s limit to €18 million. In the coming weeks the entity will inform the clubs about their new salary caps. Some clubs already announced their salary caps, like the Case of Valencia CF (€98.3 million).



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