Barcelona Still Owe Liverpool Almost €100m For Coutinho

Barcelona Still Owe Liverpool Almost €100m For Coutinho
From financial figures obtained from the Barcelona's 2018/19 annual report, the LaLiga giant is reportedly owing other clubs a total of 260.7 million euros.
They still owe the Liverpool football club roughly 100 million euros from the 2018 signing of Philippe Coutinho, according to he released figures.
The annual report was issued by the LaLiga champions on Sunday, and revealed that they owe other clubs a total of 260.7 million euros, with Liverpool their chief creditor.

In a total, the Liverpool are yet to receive 94.06 million euros from the deal for Coutinho: 27.9 million in payments due in the short-term, and 66.67 million pending long-term.
He had failed to impress at the Camp Nou, despite his heavy transfer worth of 160 million euros and joined Bayern Munich this summer on an initial year-long loan.
The other transfer fees are yet to be fully paid up by the Catalans, and they owe 30.3 million to Bordeaux for Malcom, 10.93 million to Bayern for Arturo Vidal, 31.4 million to Valencia for Neto and 48.62 million to Ajax for Frenkie de Jong.

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