The president of Levante, Quico Catalán, explained that despite having closed the sales of Erick Cabaco and Oier Olazábal in this winter market they must still sell players worth “four or five” million before next June 30.
“Even selling now, Levante still has to sell by June 30. We have not yet met the objective we have set ourselves. The amount is about four or five million euros, although it can also be generated in other ways with other income, ”said Catalan after the presentation of Bruno Gonzalez.
The president of Levante explained that the sale of Cabaco to Getafe was finally closed for 7.85 million euros, of which 30 percent belong to the National of Uruguay, and that Levante remains 15% of a future sale and the Uruguayan club five percent.
"I define it as an operation that occurs and that the club values, analyzes it and from the first moment we understood that it is a good operation as long as the circumstances that have occurred," said the leader.
Catalan also announced that the club will soon request a loan of 17 million euros to undertake the first phase of the remodeling of the Ciutat de València stadium with the installation of the new roof, scheduled for the end of this season.
The president of the Levant, in addition, referred to the recent operation of the African Raphael Dwamena, who has been operated to try to solve the problems he suffers in the heart and that forced him to retire temporarily.
“With all the caution in the world because it has undergone an operation and needs an adaptation process. There are players who have that device, but you have to see the evolution and that the doctors say it. He will fight to be an active footballer again. It is necessary to wait and in function go making decisions ”, finalized.