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FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2018? What are FC Barcelona players salaries? Have you ever thought of finding out on which FC Barcelona players are the highest paid? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the FC Barcelona Players Salaries 2018.
FC Barcelona is the second Richest Football Club in the world behind rivals Real Madrid. Last season Barcelona won the Champions League for the fourth tim in the last 10 years making them the most successful club in recent years.
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The Catalans are known from grooming their own talent’s from the accademy but are not afraid to spend on big players, in 2014 they spent £75 million on Luis Suarez and in the previous year they bought Neymar Jr for £57 million. FC Barcelona currently have the most feard strike force in Erope of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar Jr, these three have been in great from in recent helping Barcelona to the top of the table but were helpless against Athletico Madrid in the quarter finals of the Champions League as they were knocked out after a 3-2 loss on aggregate.
Barcelona wage bill is the second highest in the country behind arch rivals Real Madrid. Here is a list of players Barcelona bought in the summer transfer window of 2015.
Both players did not make their debut until January 2016 following Barcelona’s transfer ban (one year) in the calendar of 2015.
Here are the transfers they have made in summer 2016 window.
Lionel Messi salary per week? Neymar salary per week? Luis Suarez salary per week? Who is the Highest Paid player at Barcelona? Lionel Messi is Barcelona’s highest paid player with a weekly wage of £256,000 after tax following the new contract (Five-year deal) he signed with Barcelona in 2013, if we include the amount Barcelona pays as tax for his salary it adds to £500,000.
Neymar is Barcelona’s second highest earner at Barcelona following his new deal with the Catalans on a five year deal until 2021 earning £250,000 per week.
Luis Suarez is Barcelona’s third highest earner at Barcelona following his move from Liverpool to the Catalans in 2014 on a five year deal earning £200,000 per week.
Barcelona’s list of the player salaries is very interesting. Below is the list of Barcelona’s player salaries 2016 (Per Week).
|Player||Age||Weekly Wage||Deal||Contract left|
|Paco Alcacer||22||£90,000||New signing||5 Years (2021)|
|Denis Suarez||22||£40,000||New signing||4 Years (2020)|
|André Gomes||23||£80,000||New signing||5 Years (2021)|
|Jasper Cillessen||27||£55,000||New signing||5 Years (2021)|
|Lucas Digne||23||£55,500||New signing||5 Years (2021)|
|Samuel Umtiti||22||£40,000||New signing||5 Years (2021)|
|Douglas||26||£35,000||Loaned out||3 Years (2019)|
|Marc-André ter Stegen||24||£55,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Claudio Bravo||33||£33,500||3 Years (2018)|
|Jordi Masip||27||£15,500||2 Years (2017)|
|Gerard Piqué||29||£130,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Javier Mascherano||32||£130,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Jérémy Mathieu||32||£90,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Marc Bartra||25||£40,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Thomas Vermaelen||30||£55,500||4 Years (2019)|
|Jordi Alba||27||£75,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Adriano||31||£60,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Alex Vidal||26||£60,000||New||5 Years (2020)|
|Alex Song||28||£50,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Dani Alves||33||£120,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Douglas||26||£35,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Sergio Busquets||28||£120,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Sergi Samper||22||£10,000||Loaned out||3 years (2019)|
|Andrés Iniesta||32||£150,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Ivan Rakitic||28||£75,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Arda Turan||29||£85,000||New||5 Years (2020)|
|Rafinha||23||£37,500||1 Year (2016)|
|Sergi Roberto||24||£20,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Alen Halilovic||20||£5,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Neymar||24||£250,000||New deal||5 Years (2021)|
|Lionel Messi||29||£256,000 (after Tax)||3 Years (2018)|
|28||4 Years (2019)|
|Luis Suárez||29||£200,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Munir El Haddadi||20||£5,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Sandro Ramírez||21||£2,500||2 Years (2017)|