FC Barcelona Player Salaries 2018-19 List (Weekly Wages)

FC Barcelona Player Salary 2018: Barcelona FC is a Spanish Football Club founded in 1899 also known as the Catalans. The 2017 summer transfer is looking tough for FC Barcelona as they lost one of their best players Neymar Jr bought by Paris Saint Germain for €222 million. Here you will find a complete breakdown of Barcelona player salaries and contracts for the 2018-19 season. Barcelona is one of the most popular and supported football teams in the world and has the second largest social media following in the world among Football teams.

In 2010, the club created history when the trio of Messi, Iniesta and Xavi were chosen as the three best players in the world in the FIFA Ballon d’Or awards. In 2009, Barcelona became the only Spanish club to win the continental triple consisting of La Liga, Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League.

FC Barcelona Player Salaries

Here are the FC Barcelona 2018-19 Transfers:

  1. Malcom (From Bordeaux) – £36.9 million
  2. Clément Lenglet (From Sevilla) – £32.3 million
  3. Arthur (From Gremio) – £27.9 million
  4. Arturo Vidal (From Bayern Munich) – £27 million


Only the second richest club in the world just behind Real Madrid and that’s mostly down to their success on the field in last decade or so. Barcelona tends to bring in youngsters through the academy to the first team but they are not shy to spend big on established stars, as they have world’s most attacking force with Messi, Neymar, and Suarez leading the line-Up Front.

Barcelona spent £264 million on player wages in the 2018-19 season just behind PSG. Let’s have a look at the list of FC Barcelona Players Salaries.

Barcelona Player Salaries 2018-19

Marc-André ter Stegen 26 £90,000 4 Years (2022)
Jasper Cillessen 29 £55,000 3 Years (2021)
Gerard Piqué (New Deal) 31 £165,000 2 Years (2022)
Clément Lenglet (New Signing) 23 £70,000 5 Years (2023)
Samuel Umtiti (New Deal) 24 £75,000 5 Years (2023)
Marlon 22 £20,000 2 Years (2020)
Yerry Mina 23 £55,500 5 Years (2023)
Thomas Vermaelen 32 £55,500 Last Year (2019)
Jordi Alba 29 £100,000 2 Years (2020)
Nélson Semedo 24 £75,000 4 Years (2022)
Alex Vidal  28 £60,000 2 Years (2020)
Sergio Roberto 26 £75,000 4 Years (2022)
Sergio Busquets 30 £180,000 3 Years (2021)
Paulinho (loaned-out) 29 £120,000 3 Years (2021)
Sergi Samper  23 £10,000 Last Year (2019)
Arturo Vidal (New Signing) 31 £165,000 3 Years (2021)
Ivan Rakitic 30 £150,000 3 Years (2021)
Arthur (New Signing) 21 £60,000 6 Years (2024)
Rafinha 25 £60,000 2 Years (2020)
Philipe Coutinho 26 £200,000 5 Years (2023)
André Gomes 25 £80,000 3 Years (2021)
Denis Suarez 243 £60,000 2 Years (2020)
Malcom (New Signing) 21 £90,000 5 Years (2023)
Lionel Messi  31 £500,000 3 Years (2021)
Luis Suárez 31 £290,000 3 Years (2021)
Paco Alcacer 24 £90,000 3 Years (2021)

Barcelona’s players have won a record number of 11 Ballon d’Or awards, as well as a record number of 7 FIFA World Player of the Year awards. The Sucess lies with Team Management spending satisfying salaries to each and every club players. To know about Barcelona players salaries for the 2016-17 season or who is the highest paid player of FC Barcelona then read this complete post.

Barcelona also left few players to leave the club in the 2016 Summer Transfer window including the likes of Dani Alves, Marc Bartra, Alen Halilovic, Adriano, Martín Montoya, Alex Song and Sandro Ramírez. Whereas they bought players like André Gomes from Valencia at £30 million, Denis Suarez from Villarreal at £3 million, Samuel Umtiti from Lyon at £21 million and Lucas Digne from PSG at £14.3 million

Highest Paid Barcelona Player

Highest Paid Barcelona Player

Lionel Messi is Barcelona’s highest paid player and world’s second highest paid footballer after Cristiano Ronaldo 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 the tax for his salary it adds to £500,000.

Luis Suarez is Barcelona’s second highest earner at Barcelona following his move to the Catalans in 2014 on a five-year deal earning £200,000 per week.