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Five signings and 14 players leaving, five from the B squad. That is how the transfer market looks for the FC Barcelona first team after the summer, a transfer window that has brought the club some 70 million euros (plus 13 million in variables). Let's have a closer look:
The most recent arrival, Luuk de Jong comes to Barça on loan from Sevilla until 30 June 2022 and the Club also have an option of taking the player on a permanent deal.
The young Austrian player comes to Barça from Rapid Vienna on a loan deal worth 500,000 euros until the end of the 2021/22 season with the blaugranes having an option to make the deal permanent for 10 million euros.
Out of contract at Olympique Lyonnais, Memphis Depay has signed a contract with Barça until the end of the 2022/23 season.
Barça and Eric Garcia reached an agreement for a contract until the end of the 2025/26 season once his time ran out at Manchester City. The defender's buy out clause is set at 400 million euros.
As with Eric Garcia, Sergio Agüero signed for Barça once his contract was up at Manchester City. The player has a contract until June 2023 and his buy out clause is set at 100 million euros.
At the last moment of the transfer window, FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid reached an agreement for the loan of Antoine Griezmann for a season with the option of another. The Madrid club will play the player's wages and there is an obligation to make the deal permanent.
After arriving this summer from Betis where he had been on loan for the last two seasons, FC Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur reached an agreement for the transfer of the Brazilian defender for 25 million euros.
On the final day of the transfer window, Rey Manaj was loaned to Spezia Calcio for the fee of 300,000 euros. The Serie A club will pay the player's wages and have an option to make the deal permanent for 2.7 million euros.
The young midfielder moves for RB Leipzig for 16 million euros plus 6 more in variables. Furthermore, the Club reserves the right to 10% of any future sale of the player.
The most difficult goodbye. After spending more than half his life at FC Barcelona Leo Messi was unable to continue at the Club. Despite having reached an agreement with agreement over a new contract it could not be signed due to structural and financial obstacles (Spanish Football League regulations).
FC Barcelona and Getafe reached an agreement for the transfer of Carles Aleñá. The blaugranes reserve the right to 50% of any future sale of the player plus a buy back clause and the right of first refusal.
The full back joined Leeds United for a fee of 15 million euros. The blaugranes reserve the right to 20% of any future sale of the player.
Portuguese winger Trincão left Barça on loan for Wolverhampton Wanderers until 30 June 2022. The Premier League club will pay the player's wages and have an option to make the deal permanent.
OGC Nice took up the option to make Jean-Clair Todibo for 8.5 million euros plus 7 in variables. Barça retain a percentage of any future sale of the player.
FC Barcelona informed the Brazilian that they would no longer be requiring his services and the contract he had with the Club until June 2025 was cancelled.
After a season on loan at Girona, Monchu Rodríguez left for Granada. FC Barcelona retain the right to 50% of any future sale of the player, a buy back option and the right of first refusal.
Olympique Marseille took Konrad de la Fuente with the French club paying 3 million euros for the US international. FC Barcelona retain a percentage of any future sale of the player.
Almería took up the option to buy Sergio Akieme for 3.5 million euros. The Club reserves the right to 10% of any profit from a future sale of the player and the right of first refusal. .
FC Barcelona decided not to take up the option to extend the contract of Juan Miranda who stays at Real Betis Balompié where he played last season on loan. The Club retains the right to 40% of any future sale of the player and the right of first refusal.
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