Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received? What’s the highest Barcelona has received from the sales of players? Have you ever wanted to find out who is the most expensive player sold by Barcelona? Well, if you have then worry not because we have prepared a list of the Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

FC Barcelona is one of the biggest clubs in the World along with Real Madrid. Last season Barcelona won the Copa del Rey but failed to win La Liga or the Champions League for the first time since 2012. They also sold Brazilian star Neymar during the summer for a world record fee.

The Catalans are known from grooming their own talent’s from the academy but are not afraid to spend on big players, this summer they spent in 2014 they spent £94.5 million on Ousmane Dembele and they also splashed out £75 million on Luis Suarez in 2014. Their star player is undoubtedly Lionel Messi though. The 31 year-old is their all-time top goalscorer and arguably the greatest footballer of all time. Many fans have been pessimistic after the sale of Neymar, but when there is Messi there is always a chance. With all the recent spending by the Catalans, we look at the cub’s highest transfer fees received from departures.

Barcelona have not only been spending hiuge amounts of money on transfers into the club but have also made a couple bucks from selling players. In this list we take a look at the highest transfer fees received by FC Barcelona from sales of players.

2018 Summer Transfers

Barcelona brought in Malcom at the last minute as he was due to sign for AS Roma. After Barcelona submitted multiple rejected bids for Chelsea winger Willian, Barca decided to sign Malcom instead- and rushed in a bid as he was due to depart for Roma. Malcom decided he wanted to sign for Barca and the deal was done- much to Roma’s displeasure. The Catalans also signed experienced Bayern Munich midfield warrior Arturo Vidal for a reasonably cheap price which no one expected.

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Players leaving FC Barcelona 2018 – Departures 2018/19

Here is FC Barcelona new departures 2018. FC Barcelona departures 2018/19? Below is the list of the 2018/19 FC Barcelona departures.

NameAgeMoving toTypeFee
Andrés Iniesta34Vissel KobeContract terminationFree
Gerard Deulofeu24WatfordTransfer€13M+€4M
Paulinho29Guangzhou EvergrandeLoanFree
Adrián Ortolá24Deportivo La CoruñaLoanFree
Lucas Digne25EvertonTransfer€20.2M+€1.5M
Aleix Vidal28SevillaTransfer€8.5M+€2M
Yerry Mina23 EvertonTransfer€30.25M+€1.5M
André Gomes25 EvertonLoan€2.25M

List of Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

Here is the list of the highest transfer fees received by Barcelona from selling players in the clubs history.

RankingNameToTransfer Fee (£ millions)Transfer Fee (€millions)Date
1NeymarFrance Paris Saint-Germain£198€222August 2, 2017
2Luís FigoSpain Real Madrid£37€62July 24, 2000
3Alexis SánchezEngland Arsenal£31.7€35.8July 10, 2014
4Cesc FàbregasEngland Chelsea£30€33June 12, 2014
5Yaya TouréEngland Manchester City£24€30July 2, 2010

Most Expensive Player Sold by Barcelona

Neymar Jr is one of the Barcelona Highest Transfer Fees Received

Who is Barcelona’s most expensive player sold? Neymar Jr is Barcelona’s most expensive player sold by them. The Brazilian attacker joined Barcelona for a fee of £78 million from Santos in 2013 to become Barcelona’s then most expensive signing. Five years later Neymar Jr left the Catalan club to join French side Paris Saint Germain for a whooping fee of £198 million and became the World’s most expensive footballer on the planet, Neymar has got the potential to become the world’s best as he has already been considered as one of the best footballers in the world at the moment

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