LaLiga fees up in Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovakia; down in Romania

Casemiro of Real Madrid tackled by Atletico Madrid players during LaLiga match on December 12, 2021 (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

LaLiga has secured modest increases in its latest deals across Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Slovakia but it saw its value drop in Romania after a protracted bidding process.

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