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The Spanish football might lose up to €1 billion (£882 m) due to COVID-19

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Barcelona has recently hauled on plans to close Camp Nou for another 10 months in an attempt to counter COVID-19 (Coronavirus).


Since the beginning of March, no football has been played in La Liga, and the competition will not start anytime soon until June.


Barca is already planning for a worst-case scenario that will see them play behind closed doors until February 2021 – According to the Catalan newspaper La Vanguardia.


The same reports also suggest that the Spanish champions are already organizing for a month-long transfer window between August 15 and September 15.


The epidemic of CoronaVirus was especially severe in Spain, with just about 21,000 people affected by respiratory diseases.


As a result of the pandemic, the Spanish football might lose up to €1 billion (£882 m) & La Liga leader Javier Tebas was warned about the same earlier this month

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