Malcom, Griezmann, Coutinho, Pjanic or De Jong

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He FC Barcelona has made public its annual report of accounts, which details the financial situation in relation to other clubs as a result of the transfers of players or their signings on the date of June 30, 2019 and 2020. In the document you can see the pending payments for this season, as well as the income, exposing an important debt on the part of the Blaugrana club.

Among other disbursements, Barça will have to pay five million euros to the Atlético de Madrid for preferential rights after the signing of Antoine Griezmann. That amount is only part of the 126 million that must be made by FC Barcelona in payments to other clubs, in which 19 other footballers appear.

Breakdown of payments for transfers of FC Barcelona.
Breakdown of payments for transfers of FC Barcelona.
FC Barcelona

In case of Coutinho It is the highest amount to be paid by the Catalan team, which has to transfer a total of 29.2 million to Liverpool. By Frenkie De Jong must pay 16 to Ajax and for Malcom will pay 9.8 to Girondins, despite the fact that the player is today part of the Zenit squad. A little less will be what you will have to pay Sporting de Braga for Trincao, having to face 9.6 million of the 31 who made his signing possible.

Regarding long-term payments, Barça has to face 88 million for De Jong (48) and Coutinho (40). Both below the 52.8 that correspond to Juventus by Miralem Pjanic.

Apart from these expenses, Barça has other minor ones, but somewhat inexplicable. There is the case of Matheus fernandes and the 4.6 million that the club owes to Palmeiras for a player who was loaned to Valladolid and who has only played 17 minutes since August, against Dinamo Kiev. This not to mention the 241,000 euros that FC Barcelona has to pay to Villarreal for the signing of Denis Suarez in 2016 or the 2.4 that it owes to Eibar for Weather in Cucurella, who has been at Getafe for two seasons.

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