Espanyol will follow Barça’s path and will also file a temporary employment regulation file (ERTO). The move, which has been negotiated with the online presence of President Chen Yansheng, will also affect professional athletes, such as the men’s and women’s first team players, as well as the junior and junior teams.
Most football teams are slowly doing the same thing, knowing that it will take a long time for football to return. Catalan football has already been done by many Second B clubs, such as Cornellà and Nàstic. In Primera, Barça were among the first. Espanyol will do the same, and in a few months when it looks for its future, both sporting (taking the last position when the League stopped) and economical.