- Barcelona still have pending transfer fee payments to clubs from whom they have signed players in the recent past
- The Catalan giants are believed to be indebted to four different clubs, owing a whooping amount of €144million in their previous transfer deals
- Barcelona were one of the biggest recruiters in the summer transfer window after signing top players like Lewandowski, Jules Kounde and others
Barcelona are not out of the woods yet financially as it has been revealed the Catalan club is still indebted following their transfer dealings in the past.
The La Liga giants activated 4 financial levers in order to register their new summer recruits for the 2022/23 season, but the money raised isn’t enough to settle the club’s building debts.
According to Barca Universal, Barcelona still has €144million unpaid transfer fees to clubs from which they just acquired players, including a yet-to-be-paid €52 million owed to Manchester City for the signing of Ferran Torres.
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The Catalans are also yet to completely settle up their transactions with Ajax for the transfer of Frenkie de Jong as they still owe the Dutch champions €32million and an additional €10million for Sergino Dest.
Juventus are also due payment of €36million for Miralem Pjanic while Liverpool are still expecting a €14million for Phillipe Coutinho.
Barcelona’s masterplan to tackle huge salary bill
Barcelona’s Director of Football Mateu Alemany has devised a masterplan to help the Catalan club tackle its rising financial issues by reducing the wage bill of the Spanish giants.
According to Football Espana, Alemany has sought to overhaul the style of negotiation at Barcelona and put together incentivized contracts rather than guaranteed money.
This should save the Blaugrana a considerable amount of money should they have to deal with long-term injuries, as is the case with Ronald Araujo.
Barcelona is ready to finance the return of Messi back to Camp Nou
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Barcelona are eager to bring back Lionel Messi to the Camp Nou, two years after the Argentine maestro left the Catalan giants for Paris Saint-Germain.
The La Liga giants have now devised a master plan to re-sign Messi that involves cutting their wage bill by a further £150million through player sales.
Barcelona captains Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets, and Jordi Alba are just a few of the high-profile players that might go as a result of the cost-cutting plan.
Source: Sports Brief News