FC Barcelona Players Salary / Wages 2015/2016 has on it the world supper star Messi as the highest paid in the Spanish club with a weekly wage of £256,000 seconded by Lius Suarez with weekly wage of £200,000, Barcelona has never since 2015 missed to come out for Champions League.
FC Barcelona is the third richest club in the world just behind Real Madrid that is following Manchester united who is the number one and that is mostly down to their success on the field in last 1 decade
Barcelona due to the wonders Lionel Messi performs with leg are coming into the 2015/2016 season on the back of a historic treble as the club won their 4th champions league title within10 years which making them the most successful team of recent history.
FC Barcelona tend to bring up youngsters from their football academy to the first team but they never relented from spending big to buy classic players during window transfer, the team, currently have worlds most potent striking force with Messi, Neymar and Suarez.
Two years ago Lionel Messi renewed his contract deal for 5 year with Barcelona that is in 2013 which made him second highest paid footballer in the world with weekly salary of £256,000 as i stated earlier.
Barcelona during the last summer made another wonderful signing were they brought in another two stars for to the club, namely Aleix Vidal (£13m to £16m from Sevilla) and Arda Turan (£24m from Atletico Madrid).
But due to the ban on Barcelona for 2015 calendar year the two players will only be able to make their debut in January 2016.
Here are the complete list of FC Barcelona Players Salary / Wages 2015/2016
|PLAYER||AGE||WEEKLY WAGE||CONTRACT LEFT|
|Marc-André ter Stegen||23||£55,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Claudio Bravo||32||£33,500||3 Years (2018)|
|Jordi Masip||26||£15,500||2 Years (2017)|
|Gerard Piqué||28||£130,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Javier Mascherano||31||£130,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Jérémy Mathieu||31||£90,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Marc Bartra||24||£40,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Thomas Vermaelen||29||£55,500||4 Years (2019)|
|Jordi Alba||26||£75,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Adriano||30||£60,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Alex Vidal (New Signing)||25||£60,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Alex Song||27||£50,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Dani Alves||32||£120,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Douglas||25||£35,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Sergio Busquets||27||£120,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Andrés Iniesta||31||£150,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Ivan Rakitic||27||£75,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Arda Turan (New Signing)||28||£85,000||5 Years (2020)|
|Rafinha||22||£37,500||1 Year (2016)|
|Sergi Roberto||23||£20,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Alen Halilovic||19||£5,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Neymar||23||£150,000||3 Years (2018)|
|Lionel Messi||28||£256,000 (after Tax)||3 Years (2018)|
|Pedro||28||£60,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Luis Suárez||28||£200,000||4 Years (2019)|
|Munir El Haddadi||19||£5,000||2 Years (2017)|
|Sandro Ramírez||20||£2,500||2 Years (2017)|
Luis Suarez joined Barcelona from Liver pool on their biggest transfer in the history of the club and he signed a 5 year contract with a weekly wages of around 200,000 that made him to earn the highest after Lionel Messi.
Do you have any objection on the amount the world supper star, Lionel Messi is earning?