Players Barcelona Could Target This Summer, List Here

Football Club Barcelona tasted another defeat in their Uefa Champions League Campaign. Quique Setién has already been sacked and Ronald Koeman appointed as new Barcelona Manger. The former Blaugrana filled in the shoes of Pep Guardiola, Luis Enrique, Ernesto Valverde who were also Barcelona players, and as well as had managerial duties. To strengthen the squad, Barcelona must need reinforcements and a clearout of some players have to clear the way for new blood as they are not capable of forcing out the reinforcements. There are various transfer targets that could have been pulled off earlier but somehow deals didn’t happen.

The following are the top targets which also could be on the radar of Barcelona.

Lautaro Martinez

Barcelona definitely needs a striker who Could pull off the strings. Aging Luis Suarez is no more influential than he used to. So his replacement is Imminent, and he is on the radar of a potential transfer. Lautaro is the only one who could replace him as he Could link well with Lionel Messi.

Source: AS English- Diario AS

Joao Cancelo

After Semedo’s blunders against Bayern Munich, A potential RB is needed at the moment. However, there were talks of a swap deal with Joao Cancelo since the last transfer window. It could be possible if Barcelona pushing the transfer with some Cash plus deal. The recent swap deal of Arthur and Pjanic makes no sense for Barca at all. So this might be a rectification of that earlier mistake if they can pull it off.

Dayet Upacameno

Barcelona mostly needs a defender and a proper replacement of Pique at the moment. Barcelona’s defense is getting worse, and they are conceding like a second division team. If they want to strengthen their backline, they could possibly make a move for Leipzig defender Dayet up cameo. He is just 21 years old and could be a massive boost for Blaugranas. He could solve the defensive problems alongside Clement Lenglet. He could be valued at about $60 Million as his performances in the UCL campaign were on par level.


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