Sales begin at the Constanța Lighthouse, after winning the title

President Gică Popescu announced that Farul Constanța is forced to sell players to secure the necessary budget.

Dobrogeni won the Superliga title after won 3-2 in the match against FCSB, contested at Ovidiu. The thoughts of the Lighthouse fans started to turn towards the participation in the Champions League, but the hopes of the “sailors” for a good course are less and less, after the announcement of Gică Popescu.

The president of the new champions said that the group he leads is forced to give up several players in order not to have problems with money next season.

Sales begin at the Constanța Lighthouse, after winning the title! Gică Popescu made the announcement: “Our budget is hitting the window!”

Farul Constanța could part with several footballers this summer, if interesting offers come to the club, said Gică Popescu.

“It depends on what offers will come, we are a club forced to sell, our budget is hitting the window and we have to cover it by selling players! If we had sources of income, I would like to keep the players and perform, enter the European cups with them and go to big clubs.

I hope we reach this level as soon as possible and can afford to keep these valuable players at the club. But behind them there are many equally talented children who are waiting for their turn to play too”said Gică Popescu, at ProSport Live.

The information was confirmed by the minority shareholder Ciprian Marica, who also announced that there are discussions for his transfer Andrei Borza PSV Eindhoven.

In the Lighthouse budget, an important component is the sale of players. Some people are announced who want to come to the team, if we reach enough partners, if we build a solid team from the point of view of financing, let’s go to the next step without selling, then we will no longer sell and we will try to make a good figure in Europe”, said Ciprian Marica, la ProSport Live.

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