Spanish La Liga is only behind Premier League in terms of average player wages and at the start of 2017-18 season, Barcelona overtook Real Madrid with the highest wage bill in Spain. Barcelona’s current wage bill stands at around €515 million thats average wage of €7.1 million per player slightly ahead of Real Madrid’s €505 million (average player wage of €6.4m). Barcelona wage bill is 18 times higher than bottom club Getafe.
Atletico Madrid has their wage bill growing rapidly over the last 3 years, their current €237 million (£210m) wage bill shows the growth the club have made both on and off the field. Back in 2015 Atletico Madrid’s wage bill was just the third of Real Madrid’s and now they are closing the gap between themselves and the top two. Getafe and Las Palmas have the lowest wage bill (£25m) and (£26m). Spanish club start spending big money during the winter transfer and summer transfer to get players that can bring good results. See all clubs wage bill records for season 2017-18.
The above figures and statistical financial details were taken from the spanish media outlet (marca and AS). Barcelona wage bill might increase more in upcoming year 2019, with extension in some players contract that are ending in the season 2018.