Borussia Dortmund had to sell Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho after experiencing a loss of Rp1.6 trillion.
The COVID-19 pandemic has indeed become a scourge for the soccer industry.
Even without the presence of spectators, since June 2020, football matches on the European Continent have been decided to continue.
As a result, the club’s revenue, which usually comes from ticket sales from spectators, is suddenly empty.
This condition caused the balance sheet of a number of clubs in Europe to suffer losses.
In fact, many top European clubs have to go into debt to cover their negative balance sheet conditions.
For example, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus have previously conveyed the current state of their club’s financial crisis.