The Catalan club made their transfer fees public in official documents on their website and social media accounts on Tuesday which showed they also recouped almost €79m in sales
Barca bought Neymar from Santos in a deal they claimed cost €57.1 million (£45.5m) last summer, but Blaugrana president Sandro Rosell was eventually forced to resign in January after he was hit with a court case over an alleged embezzlement of funds in the controversial transfer.
New chief Josep Maria Bartomeu later revealed the figures behind the deal, which brought the total operation up to €86.2m (£68.7m), and Barca have opted for total transparency this time around to avoid any controversy.
That includes €81.25m (£70m) for Luis Suarez, even though Liverpool maintain the fee was actually €94m (£75m).
"We now have a highly competitive team," said sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta. "I'm very happy. We'll see how far it takes us, but I don't want to compare it with any other teams."
Another document shows Barca recouped close to €79m (£63m) in player sales this summer.