Barcelona set their sight on player offloadings

Barcelona, Six Sports

This article lists all the players who Barcelona are willing to let go this summer.

Barcelona are having a great summer transfer window this year. Despite their financial situation not being up to the mark, Barcelona has managed to sign six top players to strengthen their squad. For the attack, they have signed Raphinha and Lewandowski. Moreover, they have also managed to re-sign Ousmane Dembele. For their midfield, they have signed Franck Kessie. To bolster their defense they have signed Jules Kounde and Andreas Christensen.
After this heavy spending spree by Barcelona, it’s time to recoup some earnings. Now, Barcelona are looking to offload some players who no longer fit into their squad. Moreover, they also want to sign more players this summer. Offloading is a must if they want to generate revenue to sign new players.

Barcelona began this offloading by letting Phillipe Coutinho go for a fee of £17 million. Francis Trincao was sold to Sporting CP this summer. Oscar Minguenza also made a move to Celta Vigo this summer. Club legend Dani Alves also left the club to join Pumas in the Mexican league this summer. Clement Lenglet has joined Tottenham on a free transfer this summer. Moreover, Adama Traore has also rejoined Wolves following his short stint as a loan player with Barcelona.

Barcelona is struggling to offload five players the most. Neto, Samuel Umiti, Braithwaite, and Riqui Pig are the four players who Barcelona is struggling to offload. However, the transfer market is rife with rumors about the clubs with which the players might end up. According to many reports, Napoli are on the lookout to sign Neto this summer.

LA Galaxy has offered Puig an opportunity to join them this summer. Also, Martin Braithwaite is fielding various proposals from a lot of top European clubs. Samuel Umiti has the most complicated situation out of the lot. Suitors remain interested to sign the club but, they are reluctant to meet his valuation because of his extensive injury history.

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