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The Leganés is at a very complicated point of the season, and not exactly because of him. The cucumber set is very close to losing one of its leaders in attack, the Danish Martin Braithwaite, given that FC Barcelona has focused on it to replace Ousmane Dembélé.
As soon as the Blaugrana pay the 20 million clause, today the cucumber striker will leave Butarque to head to Camp Nou and will become the second point they lose in just two months after Sevilla took En-Nesyri.
It is speculating that the RFEF and LaLiga were going to give a special permission to Leganés to register a new striker, but sources from both entities consulted by Sportyou have denied This possibility.
The Leganés you cannot sign a new player because of article 124.3 of the RFEF regulation, which only indicates that it can sign in case of long-term injury. It is that article, precisely, that has allowed Barça to probe the market to supply Dembélé.
In order for the Leganés to receive that authorization, the regulation would have to be changed and that can only be done after the RFEF Delegate Commission authorizes the change and the Assembly approves it. Deadlines For this process to occur they are extensive, and not a few days, so that the Lega would be waiting while the competition progresses. For practical purposes: when they wanted to have a striker, it would have been several months.
What is certain is that the RFEF and LaLiga are studying to change this article so that in the future there are no such cases, totally exceptional but not contemplated in the current regulation today.