NWSL Announce Interest In Welcoming Bag Of Cash To League

NEW YORK - The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) announced today that they were very interested in welcoming a giant bag of cash, and Barcelona, to the league any year or time that the team is interested in investing.



"We welcome money with open arms," stated commissioner Jeff Plush. "If Barcelona wants to drop a giant wad of money into our league, they can start whenever they want, pick whichever players they want and do whatever they want."

Reportedly, the league has informed Barcelona that there are no restrictions to their entry and stated that any time they want to talk to Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Christen Press and Carli Lloyd about playing for their team, they can start (provided of course that none of the aforementioned players are on a book tour).

"We really don't care about anything other than the fat sack of money that the team would be able to offer our league. We plan on making it another season and this would absolutely help our dreams of doing that," stated Plush.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the NWSL inform players that despite the money Barcelona has injected into the league that they will still need to cut overall salaries and create more unpaid player positions.