Barcelona are reportedly expecting to get rid of at least three first-team players during a summer overhaul.
The desperate Catalans are accepted to fight a €1bn debt and are being compelled to focus on free specialists in the impending window, with Sergio Aguero and Eric Garcia previously changing from Manchester City.
Barca would in a perfect world need to sell before they can sprinkle the money this mid year, and the club have evidently distinguished a rundown of players who are allowed to leave at the correct cost.
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According to Mundo Deportivo, La Blaugrana are keen to offload a trio of first-team players before next season, with the futures of Jordi Alba, Sergi Roberto, Samuel Umtiti, Clement Lenglet and Junior Firpo all up in the air.
As far as potential incomings are concerned, Barca are still understood to be working on a deal for Memphis Depay, but Georginio Wijnaldum is reportedly ready to snub La Blaugrana for Paris Saint-Germain.