Barcelona have released their official accounts and it emerged the Blaugrana owe Juventus almost €9m for outstanding payments on transfers.
Barcelona are €1,173m in debt, with €730m of that sum due in the short term while €266m is owed to the banks by 30 June, of which €90m is owed to Goldman Sachs, according to reports.
The Catalans signed Matheus Pereira and Miralem Pjanic from Juventus last season and they still owe the Old Lady almost €9m for outstanding payments on their transfers.
The Brazilian midfielder moved to the Nou Camp in a swap deal with Alejandro Marques while Pjanic completed his transfer to Barcelona in exchange for Arthur.
Barcelona must pay Juventus €9m before the end of the financial year: €4.8m for Pjanic and €4.7 for Matheus Pereira.
Barcelona still owe the Serie A giants €52.8m for Pjanic’s transfer, but in this case the payment is due beyond the financial year.
Barcelona have released their official accounts - they owe 19 clubs a total of €126m for outstanding payments on transfers. The largest sum is the €29m they must pay Liverpool for the transfer of Philippe Coutinho. pic.twitter.com/mjjhoYGkP8— Colin Millar (@Millar_Colin) January 25, 2021