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Report shows Barcelona owe €126m to 19 other clubs for transfers including Coutinho

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Barcelona have released their official accounts, and it turns out that they owe €126m to 19 other clubs. The largest sum is the €29m they still owe Liverpool as part of the Philippe Coutinho transfer.

Here's the full list:

Bordeaux for Malcom — €9,891,000

Gremio for Arthur — €7,996,000

Valencia for Neto — €6,500,000

Liverpool for Philippe Coutinho — €29,254,000

Ajax for Frenkie de Jong — €16,011,000

Atletico Madrid for preferential rights — €5,000,000

Juventus for Matheus Pereira — €3,758,000

Juventus for Miralem Pjanic — €4,814,000

Braga for Trincao — €9,630,000

Villarreal for Denis Suarez — €241,000

Atletico Mineiro for Emerson — €6,000,000

Real Valladolid for Jose Arnaiz — €250,000

Real Betis for Junior Firpo — €9,000,000

Eibar for Marc Cucurella — €2,420,000

Las Palmas for Pedri — €1,250,000

Albacete for Rey Manaj — €2,000,000

Palmeiras for Matheus Fernandes — €4,642,000

Sao Paolo for Emerson — €33,000

Bayern Munich for Arturo Vidal — €950,000

Deportivo La Coruna for Chumi — €73,000

Others — €6,508,000

Total — €126,221,000

Keep in mind that these are only short-term debts that need to be paid by the end of the current season. The club's long-term transfer debt amounts to a whopping €196,674,000.

Unfortunately for Barca, Coutinho is yet to prove his worth. After a weak season and a half at Camp Nou, he left on loan to Bayern where he ended up winning the treble.

Philippe returned to the Catalans in 2020 and has so far recorded three goals and two assists in 14 matches. The Brazilian has picked up a serious injury and is expected to be out until April.

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