Official List of FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2019 (Updated)

Accurate List of FC Barcelona Players

Salaries/Wages 2019

Barcelona players are known to be great footballers in Europe. It is normal for a club like FCB to sign new players every season and so are they are always gearing big for new signings at the club. The likes of Neymar, De Jong from Ajax are all linked to the club but we will keep our ears open to any of these top players arriving at the club.

Good news is that Barca have secured the services of three players, Arthur Melo, Clement Lenglet, Mourillo, Malcom, Kevin-Prince Boateng, and Arturo Vidal this transfer period. Some players within the Barcelona squad are also expected to leave such as Denis Suarez.

Barcelona were already through to the semi-finals of the UEFA champions league season 2018-2019 after they beat Chelsea 3 goals to nothing, thanks to Lionel Messi’s master class. Here we expose the wages that Barcelona players receive on a weekly to yearly basis. This is because, contracts being signed by both football player and club must be respected. Therefore, salaries must be paid.

Barcelona-players-wages-salariesApart from Real Madrid, FC Barcelona is the second richest club in the world and also the most successful in this era looking at how many trophies they’ve carried both in the Spanish La Liga, World Club Cup, Champions League and others. They also have within their squad, the greatest player in the history of football, Lionel Messi who has racked up five (5) Ballon D’ors and the most potent strike force in football.

FC Barcelona squad contracts and salaries are not as large as you might think as they only pay most of their top players than the rest. Barcelona are known to nurture youngsters through their La masia academy into the first team just like they did Lionel Messi, Pedro, Cesc Fabregas, Iniesta, Pique e.t.c.

Most popular Barca players also left the club like Dani Alves, Marc Bartra, Alen Halilovic, Adriano, Martín Montoya, Alex Song, Sandro Ramírez and the latest Neymar who joined PSG.

FC Barcelona generated record $688 million in yearly revenue according to last business cycle and in the process they overtook Real Madrid as the most valuable team in the world only behind Manchester United.

Unlike the previous few seasons Barcelona have not been very active in the transfer window but after Neymar Jr transfer, they used the money to replace the Brazilian. They have secured the services of Philipe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele.

It is being rumored that Antonie Griezzman and Arthur will also sign for the club while the likes of Turan, Andres Gomez and Palco Alcacer will be sold in the summer.

The following are some new Barca signings and their fees

  1. Clement Lenglet (From Sevilla FC) – £35 million
  2. Arthur Melo (From Gremio) – Unknown
  3. Marlon (From Fluminese) – £4.5 million
  4. Malcom (From Bordeaux) – €41 million
  5. Ousman Dembele (From Dortmund) -€105 million
  6. Philipe Coutinho (From Liverpool) – £146 million
  7. Arturo Vidal (From Bayern Munich)
  8. Kevin-Prince Boateng (From Sassuolo) Loan
Even with Neymar’s departure wage bill of Barcelona is going increase going into the 2018/19 season as Messi signed a new record deal and combine that with potential signing Ousman Dembele where Barcelona will have to hand them massive contracts to ensure their transfers.

Below are FC Barcelona’s squad, their current contracts and salary list this 2019

Official FC Barcelona Players Wages & Contracts 2019 (Updated)
PLAYERAGEWEEKLY WAGECONTRACT LEFT
Marc-André ter Stegen25£150,0004 Years (2022)
Jasper Cillessen28£55,0005 Years (2021)
Malcom (new signing) 21£150, 0005 Years (2023)
Gerard Piqué31£165,0004 Years (2022)
Javier Mascherano33£130,0002 Years (2018)
Clement Lenglet (new signing)235 Years (2023)
Samuel Umtiti 27£105,0005 Years (2022)
Arturo Vidal32£165,5004 Years (2022)
Jordi Alba28£90,0004 Years (2020)
Alex Vidal 27£60,0004 Years (2020)
Douglas (loaned-out)27£35,0003 Years (2019)
Sergio Busquets30£200,0004 Years (2022)
Sergi Samper (loaned-out)22£10,0003 years (2019)
Arthur Melo (new signing)22£5 Years (2023)
Ivan Rakitic29£130,0003 Years (2019)
Kevin Prince Boateng
31£90,000Loan
Rafinha24£37,5004 Year (2020)
Sergi Roberto26£100,0003 Years (2022)
De Jong
21£150,0005 years (2023)
Denis Suarez23£40,0004 Years (2020)
Neymar(left Barca for Paris Saint Germain)25£515, 0005 Years with PSG (2022)
Lionel Messi30£615,000 after tax4 Years (2021)
Luis Suárez (new deal)30£290,0003 Years (2019)
Nelson Semedo

Ousmane Dembele salary per week

Phillipe Countinho

23

23

25

£90,000

£220,000

£290,000

5 Years (2021)

5 Years (2022)

5 Years (2022)

Lionel Messi has recently agreed to a contract extension with FC Barcelona to stay till 2023. He now earns £615,000-a-week which makes him the highest paid footballer in the world and the highest on FC Barcelona players salary list.

The likes of Suarez, Iniesta and Sergio busquets have extended their contracts with FC Barcelona. Iniesta has finally left the club to Japan and Barca has secured the services of Arthur Melo from Gremio and Clement Lenglet from Sevilla FC and Malcom from Bordeaux which will see the likes of Yeri Mina, Andrez Gomez and other players depart from the club.

Paulinho has finally moved back to old club, GZ Evergranade in China and there is a slim possibility of Neymar returning to the club.

This list of Barcelona players salaries is dully updated as at July 2018. Neymar left Barcelona for PSG and has his salary per week at £515, 000 which makes him the second highest paid player in Europe and most valuable and expensive football player in the world.

Phillipe Coutinho’s salary is rumored to be in the range of £200 to £250 thousand per week while Malcom is expected to receive €150,000.per week. Arthur Melo and Clement Lenglet salaries have not yet been made public yet.

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  1. obed

    good write up

  2. I guess Barcelona players earn more than others club.

  3. Bercelona is rich and are paying their squad well. up Berca

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