Barcelona were able to register their newcomers—defender Andreas Christensen, midfielders Rafinha and Franck Kessie, as well as forward Robert Lewandowski—before the start of the new Spanish La Liga season, reports the La Liga website.
Barca registered these newcomers thanks to the use of another economic lever. The Catalan club sold 24.5 percent of the shares of its Barca Studios company to Orpheus Media for €100 million.
But their newcomer defender Jules Kounde has not been registered yet; and in order to register him, the club must secure another €20 million of income.
In the opening round of the new La Liga season, Barcelona will host Rayo Vallecano on Saturday.