The Kovid-19 pandemic blocked many sources of income for football clubs, and they struggled as a direct result. The last two years have seen a drop in revenue and the best clubs in Europe have felt the impact.
Clubs are starting to be very cautious about spending money in the transfer window, and for good reason. The fact is that before the pandemic began, the best clubs in Europe were poorly managed.
So it is safe to say that the pandemic did not create their financial problems, but rather aggravated them. As teams try to unload more revenue earners to balance their books, the astronomical values that hit players are slowly starting to decline.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at the top five clubs in Europe currently facing financial problems.