Barça: the names of the three players pushed to the exit


Barça wants to replenish its coffers by selling three players during the summer transfer window. The Catalans would like to reduce their wage bill by 200 million euros.

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FC Barcelona is in the midst of a transition period. Apart from the Negreira case, the club must release 200 million euros in wages during the next transfer window to stay within the limits set by LaLiga. For this, the leaders are considering the sale of several players from the current squad, three of whom have a good chance of leaving the Camp Nou on July 1.

According to information relayed by, the first player likely to leave is Raphinha. Although recruited for 58 million euros last summer, Barça could part with him and instead bet on Ousmane Dembélé. The Spanish club could be tempted by the offer of Arsenal who would be ready to pay a large sum to secure the player’s services. The Gunners would see in him an element capable of improving their offensive sector.

Barca have lost patience with Fati

Ferran Torres is another player who could leave. The club had spent 55 million euros to recruit him, but his performance did not live up to expectations. The striker lost in game time which would make the Blaugrana want to recover part of the initial investment by transferring him. Xavi does not seem to count on him.

Finally, Ansu Fati could also leave FC Barcelona. Although considered one of the most promising young talents, the player was once again held back by a knee injury a few weeks ago. The club hopes to obtain a significant sum for his transfer. Its value would be estimated at 100 million euros, internally. The Spanish international has reportedly been offered to four clubs.

FC Barcelona is preparing a major cleaning for the next transfer window, with the sale of these three players. The club wishes to part with some of its assets to strengthen its workforce while remaining within the limits of financial fair play. Joan Laporta apparently does not care much about the sanctions that could soon fall, from the Spanish or European authorities.

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