Barça still have to pay five clubs for Pjanic: Juve, Metz, Roma, Lyon and Schiffleng 95

No matter where you look at the signing of Miralem Pjanic for Barça it was a ruinous business. This exchange with Juventus did not work in terms of sports, which received 60 million plus five in variables, but it remained Arthur (he paid 72 million plus 10 in variables) to allow the departure of the Bosnian midfielder.

Was Pjanic a fleeting player for Camp Nou. He was barely there a year before being loaned to the Turkish Besiktas and sold this summer, without getting anything in return (liberating himself, of course, from his high fee), to Sharjah, of the United Arab Emirates. The problem for Barça is that it still owes money to five different teams, as revealed by Catalunya Ràdio, for the signing of the midfielder.

The largest amount of debt is, above all, with Juventus, to whom he still has to pay 36 million: 19 in the short term and 17 in the long term. Then, it drops, and in a noticeable way, what still has to be paid to Metz (364,000 euros), Olympique de Lyon (333,000), Roma (192,000) and FC Schiffleng (161,000), a Luxembourg team where the Bosnian started the his sports career.

108 million in short-term debt

In the financial report received by the trustees who must attend next Sunday the 9th, and via electronic means, the assembly to approve last season’s accounts and the budget for the current one, they will also verify that Barça must pay 52 million to Manchester City for Ferran Torres. A signing valued at 55 million plus 10 in variables, made last January. At the moment, the Barcelona club has only paid three million.

Although Barça’s biggest debt, after Ferran, is what Barça has with Ajax. He owes 32 million for Frenkie de Jong and another 10 million for Sergiño Dest, who went on loan to Milan this summer. In the list of clubs that have yet to receive money from Blaugrana, Liverpool is included. There are 14 million that are still pending the signing of Coutinho, also sold this summer to Aston Villa.

Barça has 108 million in short-term debt, including a staggering 7.5 per cent Arthur to Gremi de Porto Alegre, a player he signed in the summer of 2018. In return, the teams that have bought Barça players owe him 38 million.

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