Barcelona has been very busy this summer window.
The Blaugrana has spent over £140m in player signings this transfer window and successfully registered them last week.
The club sold many of its assets to balance their book which in turn helped in funding the summer transfers.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has seen somewhat of a similar scenario play out at Borussia Dortmund but has still questioned how Barcelona managed so many transfers.
“Not for a variety of reasons,” he said when asked about Barcelona’s spending. “One reason is I am not a financial professional.
“The second: If I’m told I don’t have any money, then I don’t spend anything anymore. My credit card has also been cut up twice, luckily that was a few years ago. I’m watching this like a football fan, I don’t understand.
“Barcelona have been outstanding for the past few decades that I have been watching football and I hope they pull it off.
“The only club I know that ever sold the stadium and other assets in advance was Borussia Dortmund. Aki Watzke had to come at the last second and save the whole thing, and I don’t know if there is an Aki Watzke in Barcelona.”