La Liga further reduces Barcelona's salary limit, Madrid's increases

The Spanish league revealed the updated figures for the clubs on Tuesday

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Jordi Delgado

La Liga have announced updated salary limits for the top two clubs in Spain, with Barcelona's down over €30 million once again.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced clubs to slash their wage bills and Barça have been the club most affected by the cuts.

Barça cap last season was over €600m but at the start of the campaign it was reduced to €382.7m and it's now been cut again to €347m.

Atletico Madrid have also had another €35m taken off their limit, with a €252.7m spending limit reduced to €217.3m now.

Real Madrid, however, have seen their budget increase. It was heavily cut at the start of the season but has now risen from €468.5m to €473.3m

Los nuevos límites salariales para los equipos de Primera y Segunda

| RFEF

This squad spending limit denotes the maximum amount that each club/SAD can spend during the course of the season, including spending on the first team in relation to players, the manager, assistant manager and fitness coach (registrable squad, as defined in Art. 38 of the Budget Preparation Rules) and spending on the reserves, the youth system and other areas (non-registrable squad, as defined in Art. 38 of the Budget Preparation Rules).

SALARY LIMITS FOR LALIGA TEAMS

Real Madrid 420 million

FC Barcelona 347 million

Atleti 218 million

Sevilla 180 million

Villarreal 140 million

Athletic 110 million

R. Sociedad 95 million

Valencia 93 million

Betis 62 million

Celta 60 million

Granada 54 million

Getafe 52 million

Valladolid 47 million

Osasuna 45 million

Eibar 41 million

Cádiz 40 million

Alavés 39 million

Levante 36 million

Huesca 36 million

Elche 32 million

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