Barcelona still owe Liverpool just under 100m euros from the 2018 signing of Philippe Coutinho, according to figures released by the LaLiga club.
Barça’s 2018/19 annual report reveals that they owe other clubs a total of 260.7m euros, with Liverpool their chief creditor.
Liverpool still due 94.6m euros for Coutinho
In all, the Reds are still to receive 94.6m euros from the deal for Coutinho: 27.9m in fees due in the short term, and 66.7m in long-term payments.
After joining the Catalans in a transfer worth 160m euros, the Brazilian international failed to impress at the Camp Nou and this summer joined Bayern Munich on an initial season-long loan.
Among the other transfer fees yet to be fully paid up by Barcelona, the Spanish champions owe 30.3m to Bordeaux for Malcom, 10.9m to Bayern for Arturo Vidal, 31.4m to Valencia for Neto and 48.6m to Ajax for Frenkie de Jong.
Other clubs owe Barcelona 75.3m euros
Barça are still to receive 75.3m from player sales, meanwhile. Of particular note is Everton’s 26m-euro outstanding debt from their purchase of Blaugrana trio Yerry Mina (9.7m), Lucas Digne (6.7m) and André Gomes (9.6m).
Borussia Dortmund owe 11.01m for Paco Alcácer, and Valencia are yet to pay 13.9m for Jasper Cillessen.