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Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele will earn up to £17m a year after signing new deal at the Nou Camp

REVEALED: Barcelona ‘should pay Ousmane Dembele HALF of any transfer fee they receive for the France international over the next two years’…

  • Ousmane Dembélé signed a new contract with Barcelona earlier this summer
  • The attacker arrived at Borussia Dortmund’s Nou Camp in 2017 for £120 million
  • Dembele expected to earn up to £17million a year after signing new deal
  • He will also receive 50% of the transfer fee with his breakout clause set at £42m

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Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele is said to receive 50 per cent of the transfer fee if he leaves the club in the next two years.

The France international signed a new two-year deal earlier this summer after much speculation about his future, with the former Borussia Dortmund star expiring at the end of last season.

Details of his mega new deal have been revealed according to Spanish publication Sport.

Ousmane Dembele signed a new two-year contract with Barcelona earlier this summer

Ousmane Dembele signed a new two-year contract with Barcelona earlier this summer

He will reportedly earn up to £17million a year, while receiving 50% of any future transfer fee

He will reportedly earn up to £17million a year, while receiving 50% of any future transfer fee

He will reportedly earn up to £17million a year, while receiving 50% of any future transfer fee

Xavi has revived Dembélé, who struggled with form and fitness before coming

Xavi has revived Dembélé, who struggled with form and fitness before coming

Xavi has revived Dembélé, who struggled with form and fitness before coming

The 25-year-old is expected to earn up to £17 million a year after signing a new contract with the Catalan club.

He will earn a minimum of £13.5 million gross for each year of his contract, with a further £3.4 million in bonuses in both seasons.

This means he could earn close to £34 million on his contract after extending his stay at the Nou Camp.

The former Borussia Dortmund star will also receive 50% of the transfer fee if he leaves over the next two seasons, with his severance clause set at £42 million.

It could give the France international a financial incentive to leave the club before the end of his deal, as he could earn an additional £21 million on top of his salary.

Dembele joined Barcelona in 2017 in a stunning £120m deal but struggled to impress, with significant injury issues, though he improved after Xavi took over as manager.

The forward contributed 13 assists and one goal in just 15 LaLiga starts after the club legend arrived in the dugout and was linked with Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United this summer.

Dembélé added 13 assists and one goal in just 15 starts after the club legend became manager

Dembélé added 13 assists and one goal in just 15 starts after the club legend became manager

Dembélé added 13 assists and one goal in just 15 starts after the club legend became manager

The French forward starred in the preseason and Xavi called him a 'special' player

The French forward starred in the preseason and Xavi called him a 'special' player

The French forward starred in the preseason and Xavi called him a ‘special’ player

Dembele also excelled in pre-season for Barcelona and Xavi praised him for his performance.

After the Frenchman scored two in a friendly against Juventus, he said: “He has shown what he is capable of. He is different, special. There are not many of this type. He cares a lot for us with the way we play.

“Not everyone has the ability to make a difference in the football world and he does. He is involved and he shows it. I don’t know the Dembélé from before November, I don’t know him. I am very happy with this.’

His staggering salary comes despite other players, including Manchester United target Frenkie de Jong and Martin Braithwaite, being asked to cut their pay.

However, the Frenchman has been given a pay cut despite the chance to sign a new contract with the club before this summer when he could have been given a higher salary.

With the much publicized financial troubles at Barcelona this summer, Xavi’s squad is currently unable to register their five new signings – Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Jules Kounde, Frank Kessie and Andreas Christensen, with LaLiga urging the club to close before Saturday. £85 million to raise. competition opener against Rayo Vallecano to register these additions.

But the situation at Nou Camp is so dire that Dembele can’t yet be registered along with Sergi Roberto, who also signed a new contract this summer, despite playing for Xavi’s side last season.


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