Robert Lewandowski, Franck Kessie, Andreas Christensen, and Raphinha were all able to sign with Barcelona on Friday in time for their Liga debut against Rayo Vallecano on Saturday.
Jules Kounde, a French defender, is still not listed with La Liga, nonetheless.
Lewandowski is the most significant new addition from Bayern Munich, joining Barcelona for 153 million euros in transfer fees alone.
As the Catalan giants struggled under eye-watering alleged debts of 1.35 billion euros ($1.39 billion), Barca was forced to let Lionel Messi go for PSG a year prior.
Barcelona wanted to collect money rapidly in order to invest in signings and, more importantly, to be able to register new players because they were subject to strict spending restrictions due to La Liga’s financial constraints.
Earlier on Friday, Barcelona sold Orpheus Media another portion of their “Barca Studios” media production division for 100 million euros.
For over 400 million euros, Barcelona has already agreed to sell US investment group Sixth Street 25% of their domestic broadcast rights for the ensuing 25 years.
On August 1, they had already sold 24.5 percent of Barca Studios, which oversees the club’s digital operations and audiovisual productions, to Socios.com for 100 million euros, and another 25 percent had been sold to US investment group GDA Luma for an additional 100 million euros.
The coffers had been stocked with 600 million euros over the course of a few weeks.
According to Marca, the club may only register French international Kounde if it lowers its salary.
Players on the squad will therefore have to depart in the coming days, according to the newspaper.
At the end of July, Kounde agreed to a five-year contract.
The defender was hired from Sevilla for 50 million euros, plus 10 million in bonuses, according to the Spanish press.