President of the Spanish La Liga Javier Tebas met with clubs Examples and Segunda to discuss the latest news.
The Spanish football Federation has a plan to resume football, which became known after a secret meeting by its President Luis Rubiales with Thebes in the beginning of the week.
The President of the League presented the details of which are not yet available. He has sent a clear message to the presidents, Directors and Vice-presidents of clubs that are preparing their budgets for the coming months. The main idea of – really you can’t expect matches with the audience right up to 2021.
Thebes wanted to clarify the situation, to know what revenues will be reduced due to the lack of ticket sales. Clubs can lose of 129.5 million euros (117 million in the first division and 12.5 million in the second). This is only part of the losses that they will face. La Liga considers that the losses can amount to 956 million euros, if they do not return to the game, and 350 million euros, if they are to host matches without the fans.
For this reason Spanish clubs are planning strategy for loss reduction. Some say the return of the season ticket holders, and others about lowering ticket prices for next season.