HOW MUCH BARCELONA COULD BE PAID FOR PEDRI & ARAÚJO INJURIES

Barcelona will be entitled to financial compensation due to injuries sustained by two key players, Pedri and Ronald
Araújo, over recent days. According to Mundo Deportivo, the club is set to receive payments from UEFA and FIFA
as a result of these injuries.

Pedri sustained a knee injury while playing for Spain in Euro 2024, expected to sideline him for up to six weeks. Just
a day later, Ronald Araújo was injured during Uruguay’s Copa América match against Brazil, with an estimated recovery
time of eight weeks.

Barcelona to earn money from Pedri’s injury

Barcelona will receive compensation under the conditions laid out by both UEFA and FIFA’s Club Protection Program. According to these regulations, clubs are compensated based on the player’s fixed salary for injuries lasting more than 28 consecutive days due to incidents during official matches. The maximum compensation is €20,548 per day.

For Pedri, who might miss six weeks, Barcelona will be entitled to around two weeks’ worth of compensation. This payment will come from UEFA.

In Araújo’s case, who is projected to be out for eight weeks, Barcelona will receive four weeks of compensation. These payments will be managed by FIFA, via CONMEBOL.

This compensation will help mitigate the financial impact on Barcelona due to the absence of these important players from their lineup.

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