FC Barcelona had €115.2 million combined losses for the last four seasons.

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Spanish basketball giants continue delivering unprofitable numbers to the daylight.

As reported before, Real Madrid closed the last season with €31.1 million in losses and had the last four years' losses combined for €102.84 million.

This time, 2PlayBook reported the financial situation of FC Barcelona. The Spanish powerhouse was unable to adjust salaries to meet the 2021-22 budget, as it lost €2.0 million more than expected.

According to 2PlayBook information, Barca recorded a €30.0 million total loss this past campaign. It wasn't the largest amount in the team's history, as Barcelona lost €34.7 million in 2020-21.

Catalans' budget for players and staff members rose to €36.0 million last season, and it was €2.0 million more than in 2020-21.

FC Barcelona's 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, and 2021-22 losses combine for €115.2 million.

Barca reportedly don't plan to have a cut in payroll for the 2022-23 season. Club's wage bill is expected to be €37.0 million for this upcoming season.

They also expect a record-breaking income of €17.0 million and losses up to €28.0 million in 2022-23.

Financial situation ( million):

Season Losses Salaries Income
2018-19 22.3 28.0 11.0
2019-20 28.2 28.0 8.0
2020-21 34.7 34.0 12.3
2021-22 30.0 36.0 15.3
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