FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2020-21 (Full Contract Details)

FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2019-20

FC Barcelona the La Liga champions are one of the richest football clubs in the world. They occupy the 2nd position in the chart just behind their league rival Real Madrid. In addition to this, the Blaugranas also got their place among the top 5 most valuable sports club on the planet. They are 26 times Spanish La Liga champions as well as 5 times UEFA Champions League winners. But all this success didn’t come for nothing. The Catalonia based side produces a lot of players and also brings in so many talented footballers in exchange of massive transfer fee. The article will reveal you the FC Barcelona players salaries list.

FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2019-20

# The Chart of FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2020-21:

Player’s Name Country Position Weekly Salary Yearly Salary Contract Remaining
Leo Messi Argentina RW 1.3 Million Euro 70 Million Euro 2 Years
Luis Suarez Uruguay CF 4.5 Lac Euro 23 Million Euro 2 Years
Antoine Griezmann France CF 8.8 Lac Euro 45 Million Euro 5 Years
Frenkie De Jong Netherlands CM 4.0 Lac Euro 20 Million Euro 5 Years
Sergi Busquets Spain DM 2.8 Lac Euro 14 Million Euro 4 Years
Ivan Rakitic Croatia CM 2.5 Lac Euro 13 Million Euro 2 Years
Gerard Pique Spain CB 2.4 Lac Euro 12.7 Million Euro 3 Years
Ousmane Dembele France LW 2.3 Lac Euro 12 Million Euro 3 Years
Samuel Umtiti France CB 2.3 Lac Euro 12 Million Euro 4 Years
Sergi Roberto Spain RB 1.9 Lac Euro 9.9 Million Euro 3 Years
Arturo Vidal Chile CM 1.7 Lac Euro 9 Million Euro 2 Years
Jordi Alba Spain LB 1.6 Lac Euro 8.5 Million Euro 5 Years
Marc Andre Ter Stegen Germany GK 1.6 Lac Euro 8.5 Million Euro 3 Years
Rafinha Brazil CM 1.2 Lac Euro 6.5 Million Euro 1 Years
Arthur Melo Brazil CM 93 Thousand Euro 4.8 Million Euro 5 Years
Neto Brazil GK 71 Thousand Euro 3.7 Million Euro 4  Years
Nelson Semedo Portugal RB 65 Thousand Euro 3.4 Million Euro 3 Years
Clement Lenglet France CB 51 Thousand Euro 2.6 Million Euro 4 Years
Carles Alena Spain CM 16 Thousand Euro 8.6 Lac Euro 3 Years
Jean Clair Todibo France CB 11 Thousand Euro 5.9 Lac Euro 4 Years
Moussa Wague Senegal RB Not Available N/A 4 Years

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# Total Spending:

As I have mentioned it earlier, FC Barcelona stands among one of the richest clubs in the planet. They also have to spend a lot of money as well. They spend 5.4 million Euro per week just behind the player’s wage fee. So the number reads as much as 284.68 million Euro per year. The reason is very clear. Barca does have one of the best as well as the most valuable football squads in the world. Very few teams can compete with their level.


# New Signings:

Barca also spends a lot of money on bringing in new players. They recently brought in the likes of Antoine Griezmann, Neto, Frankie De Jong. They signed the French forward for 120 m Euro. Dutch central midfielder De Jong cost them as much as 75 million Euro. Brazilian keeper Neto also joined them for 26 million Euro from Valencia CF.


# Contract Negotiation:

Along with the new signings, they have also let Jordi Alba sign a new contract. They have got 5 years’ contract with the Spanish full-back as well as Brazilian central midfielder Arthur Melo. On the contrary, another Latin American, Rafinha’s contract is running out and soon a decision will be made by the authority.


# Highest Earning Players:

Undoubtedly, Leo Messi is not only the highest-paid Barca player but also the highest-paid athlete in the world. The Argentine receives a mammoth wage fee of 1.3 million Euro per week, more than twice than any other Barca players except Griezmann. He bags more than 70 m Euro per year as his basic salary. Antoine comes in 2nd place with a huge salary of 8.8 lac per week. Uruguayan striker Suarez follows him with 4.5 lac Euro.


# Loan Deals:

FCB has also sent some players out on loan. The list includes superstar like Philippe Coutinho. The Brazilian central attacking midfielder has joined Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich. That’s why, currently Barcelona doesn’t need to pay him his wage fee, instead Bayern is carrying it.

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