discount recruits, all-in on Haaland… The Blaugranas’ 24hfootnews XXL unveiled!


Zapping World Eleven Top 20 most expensive players out of contract

With the arrivals of Dani Alves, Ferran Torres, Adama Traoré and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Barça have begun in recent weeks to reshape a workforce to relaunch a new dynamic with Xavi at its head. But the big maneuvers are obviously far from over. Mundo Deportivo and Sport evoke this Thursday the 24hfootnews to come next summer, with an absolute priority which is confirmed: recruit Erling Haaland.

On Joan Laporta’s side, we are aware that the economic situation, even if it is improving, is still fragile and the option is therefore clear. Even if it means making investments this summer, as much as it is done on a single player, Haaland, perceived within the club as the key to Xavi’s future project. Faced with Real Madrid, Manchester City and PSG, Barça therefore intends to join the fight and use all available means to recruit the Norwegian striker.

All about Haaland, recruit smart next door

This therefore means that at the same time, Barça must be very clever to strengthen themselves in other areas of the game. This is why Mundo Deportivo details the “discount” 24hfootnews planned in parallel, especially to strengthen defensively. Two players at the end of the contract are targeted, Cesar Azpilicueta and Andreas Christensen, the two Chelsea defenders at the end of the lease. The Rudiger track seems too expensive while Barça also keeps the possibility of recruiting Noussair Mazraoui, the right side of Ajax also at the end of the contract, in the event of failure for Azpilicueta. Finally, on the left side, Valencia side José Gaya is also a priority, more than Tagliafico. Barça is counting on his end of contract in a year to have to pay a minimal transfer fee…

to summarize

After making a number of changes this winter, Barça does not intend to stop there. With a plan already clearly set for next summer where, unsurprisingly, Erling Haaland will be the number one priority!

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