Coutinho, Pjanic, Denis Suarez... the players Barcelona still owe millions for

Coutinho, Pjanic, Denis Suarez... the players Barcelona still owe millions for

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The club are heavily in debt and the numbers are broken down here by player

Owning to the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus, Barcelona have needed to defer their payments to other teams for players they’ve bought. They currently owe 230 million euros. They’ve reduced their debt 28.4 per cent in this area but still owe 115m euros until 2024. That’s according to a study by 2playbook, based on the club accounts. They say Barcelona have reduced their debt by 82 million euros.

“The short term debt is 115.7m euros,” they say, while the long term debt is “115.4m euros”.

These are the teams that Barcelona owe money to still.

Juventus, Pjanic. 51.3m

Ajax, De Jong. 48m

Liverpool, Coutinho. 42.6m

Ajax, Dest. 16.2m

Valencia, Neto. 15m

Gremio, Arthur. 14.7m

Girondins, Malcom. 10.1m

Sporting Braga, Trincao. 10m

Betis, Emerson Royal. 8.8m

Juventus, Matheus Pereira. 3.9m

Atletico, preferential rights, 2.5m

Boston River, Araujo. 1.1m

Metz, Pjanic. 0.9m

Lyon, Pjanic. 0.9m

Roma, Pjanic. 0.5m

Villarreal, Denis Suarez. 0.5m

Scheffleng 85. Pjanic. 0.4m

Others, 3.7m. 

A total of 231.2m.

Barcelona are owed 25.4m, most of all by Nice for Todibo (8.2m), Almeria for Akieme (4.2m), Sporting Braga for Abel Ruiz (3.9m), Marseille for Konrad (2.9m), Sevilla, for Rakitic (2.4m) and others to lesser values.

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