FC Barcelona reportedly still owe other clubs a massive €126 million (R2.3 billion) in transfer fees, with one of the biggest amounts owed to Liverpool for Philippe Coutinho.
As reported by Marca, the Catalans are still in debt of €126 million to various clubs around Europe, an outstanding balance on 19 players.
Liverpool are among the list of teams still waiting on funds, with the Reds owed more than €29 million (R533 million) for Coutinho in the short term, with the full outstanding amount at €40 million (R736 million).
Ajax Amsterdam are also waiting on a large chunk, with €16 million (R294 million) owed for Frenkie De Jong in the short term, while an overall amount of €48 million (R883 million) is owed.
Miralem Pjanic will also be a large long-term debt, with more than €50 million (R920 million) still owed to Italian giants Juventus.
Interestingly, the Catalans still owe Bayern Munich €950 000 (R17 million) for Arturo Vidal, who has already left the LaLiga club for Inter Milan.
Some debts stretch back even further, with Villarreal still waiting for €241 000 (R4 million) despite having sold Denis Suarez to the Blaugrana back in 2016.
However, Barca are also due a number of payments themselves, with €46 million (R846 million) still to come into their account.
Zenit St Petersburg owe almost €10 million (R184 million) for Malcom, while Getafe and Juventus each owe just under €6 million (R110 million) after signing Marc Cucurella and Arthur Melo, respectively.
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