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Barcelona is currently facing a critical situation where nine first-team players are unable to be registered due to an ongoing financial crisis, as reported by The Athletic.

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The LaLiga giants must generate approximately €130 million by the end of June to avoid further restrictions on registering new additions to the team.

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To address the financial challenges, Barcelona is actively seeking new investment opportunities and aims to restructure their existing deal with Nike.

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Currently, players such as Inigo Martinez and Vitor Roque cannot be registered due to registration issues from the previous season. Additionally, contracts for Alejandro Balde, Lamine Yamal, Pau Cubarsi, and Hector Fort have not been registered with LaLiga.

Furthermore, uncertainties linger over the contract situations of Sergi Roberto and Marcos Alonso, both of whom are nearing the end of their contracts. Additionally, there is ambiguity surrounding the contract negotiations with Gavi.

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