Barcelona is one of the top European clubs that are always interested in signing world class players who they think will be of help to them in the competitions they engage in.
Their most expensive signing is Ousmane Dembele whom they signed from Borussia Dortmund in the 2017/2018 season at a fee of €140 Million.
Their second most expensive signing is Philippe Coutinho. They signed the Brazilian winger from Liverpool in the 2017/2018 season at a fee of €135 Million. They sold him to Aston Villa in 2022.
Antoine Griezmann is the third most expensive signing to have been made by the club. They signed the French attacking midfielder from Atletico Madrid at a fee of €120 Million.
Raphinha is the most recent signing made by Barcelona. The Brazilian winger was signed from Leeds United in the 2022 summer transfer window at a fee of €58 Million. This makes him the ninth most expensive signing made by the club.
Here are the top 10 most expensive signings made by Barcelona in football history.
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