I'm not that in the know - if he lowered his wage demands would he be able to stay at Barca? Also, didn't he try to worm his way out last season?
The one solution he found was to pawn the club to a private equity group, but that would affect them negatively for the next 50 years, and would put the club at an even bigger risk than it is in now.
That's not his solution, that's something that came from La Liga. They're planning to sell a stake in the league to the private equity group. All the clubs will get a couple hundred million each now, but 10% of all La Liga and Segunda Liga revenue will go to that equity group for 50 years. Barcelona (and Real Madrid) are very much against it.