Breakdown Of Barcelona Total Debts Of €126 Million

Breakdown Of Barcelona Total Debts Of €126 Million


Barcelona debts €126 million has been made public with the specific amount the Spanish based club owned the other side in the recent transfer.

Barcelona has been active in the recent transfer and the documents revealed that some of those transactions were not fully thrashed out with some outstanding yet to be settled.

Barcelona still Liverpool €29 million for the deal that see Philippe Coutinho move to the Camp Nou outfit, while it has increased to €40 million in long term.

The deal that brought Frenkie de Jong to Barcelona still has an outstanding of €16 million for the Dutch midfielder, while Bordeaux is being owned €10 million for Malcom.

Real Betis is also in their books for the deal that saw Junior Firpo with a €9 million outstanding while Gremio can expect €8 million for Arthur from back in 2018.

Villarreal is not left out as they are waiting for Barcelona to pay €241,000 for Denis Suarez deal back in 2016, and Eibar is due 2.4m euros for Barcelona’s buyback option exercised for Marc Cucurella.

At the same time, Barcelona is also owned some money themselves from other clubs, with a total of €46m due in the Catalans’ coffers.

Zenit St Peterburg is owing Barcelona € 9.4m for the signing of Malcom, €5.97m from Getafe for Cucurella and €5.7m from Juventus for the summer purchase of Arthur Melo.