LaLiga president Javier Tebas says Barcelona are responsible for half of the competition's total debt after the Spanish stadium lockouts.
explained that half of the losses that were registered by the Spanish league's clubs last season belong to the Blaugrana.
"Of the just over 700 million euros [in losses], half were Barcelona's," said Tebas.
"Real Madrid have done an impeccable management of the pandemic and it must be said.
"Without a doubt, the best in Europe. Even better than the state clubs. In that [financial] mess of football that the president of Real Madrid mentioned, he did not include his own club."
Tebas went on to praise the current Barcelona board for the way there are managing their salary cup by trying to lower wages and balance their books.
"Barcelona's management is on the right track," added Tebas.
"The current directors, due to their experience in other clubs, know that the norms do not change and they are making great efforts to lower their salary cap.
"We are not going to make one rule for [Lionel] Messi, another for [Erling] Haaland..."
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