A due diligence report by consultancy firm KPMG revealed the figure.
President Amadeo Salvo explained that since 2008 the debt has been reduced by €66m (£56.3m) before adding that the economic management in recent years as “positive” despite cash-flow problems.
Aurelio Martinez, president of the Valencia CF Foundation, was also upbeat at the way in which progress is being made on the financial front.
“The club is viable and I can reassure all organisations that they can trust us, starting with [banking conglomerate] Bankia,” said Martinez, but acknowledged that “Valencia’s actual market price has more debt than equity” at present.
“Our only debt is to the bank. We are different to other big clubs in that we are up to date with [tax authorities] Hacienda and there is nothing mortgaged that depends on future income, like television for example.
“We hope by that date our academy will produce players for the first team and we will not have to enter the market to sign players,” he added.
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