© Plovdiv24.bgThe majority owner of Levski Nasko Sirakov had a serious conversation with that of Lokomotiv Plovdiv Hristo Krusharski a few weeks ago.The legend of the “blues” asked the businessman about the know-how, which led the “black and whites” to the most successful period in history, in which the team won trophies with a budget on the border of the Top 6 in the championship.After getting acquainted with some of the accounting data in Levski for the last years, Sirakov was shocked by the difference between the budget of the “blues” and that of the Plovdiv club, which won twice in a row the Bulgarian Cup and recently the Super Cup.Together with Titi Papazov, the legendary striker is aware of the means and policies by which Loko won the title in 2004, but at the moment it is a question of a completely different management and a generally changed situation on the domestic scene.“He didn’t believe me when I told him what salaries I pay the players. He thought I was fooling him,” Krusharski told Meridian Match, who refused to reveal more details from his talks with Levski’s management, which he does not hide. relationships.Currently, the main task of the “blue” bosses is not just to find money for the existence of the club, but also to build a model of work in which to achieve results at a significantly lower price.The fact is that Gerena has wasted significant funds in recent years and there are players who have signed contracts for tens of thousands of euros a month and continue to weigh on the budget. Against this are three consecutive lost finals for the Cup and the championship rankings far below historical standards.It is not clear whether there is a connection between the talks between the managements of Levski and Loko Plovdiv, but the officially announced new salary ceiling of Gerena of BGN 10,000 equates the “blues” with the citizens of Plovdiv. Without being officially confirmed, so do the best performers in the composition of Bruno Akrapovich.At Lauta, however, they manage to keep their best foreigners in this framework, while the legionnaires with whom Levski is currently trying to part have contracts for much higher salaries.